Feminism and racism: what is at stake?

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This paper is motivated in the first place by my own moral and political opposition to racism, i.e. to anything which defines people as inferior because of their race, or ethnic or cultural identity. It argues that accusations that feminism is ‘racist’ or ‘white and middle-class’ are rarely, if ever, substantiated with argument and evidence, and that anyway, the logic of feminism precludes it.
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Thompson, Denise
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1994
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