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kindle ✓ Divided Sisters Ò Paperback Î johnscyclingdiary á [Epub] ➞ Divided Sisters By Kathy Russell – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk Since the advent of the women's movement women have often expressed the belief that black and white women in society have a great many common concerns and areSince the advent of the women's movement women have often expressed the belief that black and white women in society have a great many common concerns and are in fact natural allies The reality is sobering In Divided Sisters Midge Wilson and Kathy Russell the acclaimed authors of The Color Complex tackle the nature of relationships between black and white women and explore how they do and don't get along Based on scores of interviews cultural literature and extensive research Divided Sisters e Very thorough and still very relevant

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Xamines relations between black and white women as children as adults at school and in college at work and at home Truthfully as adults relatively few women feel they are close friends with a woman from another racial background The book exposes many of the challenges and obstacles that complicate interracial relationships in a society with a long history of racial ineuality What Midge and Kathy discover is that the concerns and frustrations of black and white women are often different and that It's been awhile since I read this book but if you want to learn about race then you need to add this book to your reading list

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Divided SistersThese differences are freuently not communicated For example women thrown together for the first time in college are often ill prepared to handle cultural differences in dress customs attitudes and background In addition peer pressure economic and historical ineuality real or perceived racism and fear play a role in dividing rather than uniting women Divided Sisters is a landmark book that will open readers' eyes to the realities and challenges of bridging what is too freuently a cultural divi No uestion that this is an important part of the feminist canon but I struggled with how dated its arguments were