Audre Lorde

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Audre Lorde was a contributor to The Black Scholar.[1]

Combahee River Collective

Combahee River Collective sprang up and away from the National Black Feminist Organization, in the late 1970s.. As Black lesbian feminists, members of the Collective (Demita Frazier, Beverly Smith, Barbara Smith, Margo Okazawa-Rey, Audre Lorde, and Gloria Akasha Hull, among others) bring attention in their statement to multiple interlocking oppressions such as capitalism, imperialism and patriarchy. [2]

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