Quotation by bell hooks

What had begun as a movement to free all black people from racist oppression became a movement with its primary goal the establishment of black male patriarchy.
bell hooks (b. c. 1955), African American author, feminist, and civil rights advocate. Ain't I a Woman? Introduction (1981).
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