Quotation by bell hooks

Class is rarely talked about in the United States; nowhere is there a more intense silence about the reality of class differences than in educational settings.
bell hooks (b. c. 1955), African American author and educator. Teaching to Transgress, ch. 12 (1994).

Hooks had been raised in very modest circumstances in Hopkinsville, Kentucky.
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