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Black Women Leading the ‘Revolution’ with New Museum Exhibit

It’s no secret that Black women are often at the forefront of feminism in the United States, and now, The Brooklyn Museum’s latest exhibit will highlight their contribution. We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women, 1965–85 will take an in depth look at the political, social and cultural sides of women of color during the second wave

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