Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Quick link!

In Clutch, an online magazine for "young, contemporary women of color," Dan Tres Omi writes about feminism from a black male perspective in his January 24th article, "Black Male Feminist: What Feminism Means to Me." Check it out:
Being a black male feminist does not imply that I have arrived. I am a work in progress and I don’t have all the answers. I am thankful that I have several sister warrior friends in my corner. They are supportive, loving, strong, and intelligent. I have come to realize that in the words of the wonderful Dr. bell hooks, feminism is for everybody.
Check it out! What do you think?