Check out the next phase of our look at the petty, dirty britches of the women's suffrage movement. We dive into the anti-slavery societies out of which radical interracial women's groups arose... and then fell apart thanks to that good ol' toxic blend of racism and sexism. FFS, GYST.
The books inspiring this episode include :
We also mentioned Sandy Grande's work, Matilda Joslyn Gage, Maria Miller Stewart, Sarah Mapps Douglass, and the Colored Conventions. And, shout out to Koa Beck's (2021) recently published book, White Feminism, that we eagerly scooped up and are excited to start reading. If listeners want to start a book group, shoot us an email: email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org.