I wish I'd read this book 30 years ago when it came out.
She talks about how to make change and helps the reader truly understand the situation of people who are underprivileged and discriminated against in our society.
It may well be the greatest book of psychological insight and advice ever written.
Even more pertinent today than when Ms Lorde put her thoughts to paper. There is -- or should be -- more outrage over income inequality now than earlier when we did not see this... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Carol J. Stahl
Excellent book. Gives voice to the complexity of understanding oppression from the intersection existences of being a person of color, a woman, and homoromantic.Published 2 months ago by Samantha M. Ivery
This book was in really great shape. I was [pleased that it was just as it was described. Great book.Published 7 months ago by Lady Hooper
Audre Lorde. An incredible, courageous, gutsy writer who refused to let anyone silence her. This collection contains her profound insights, her pained observations of the... Read morePublished 7 months ago by StudentinMA
I really don't like the term feminist. We are all female.
Our level of getting proactive about own lives and those of
other women are effective the same measure that... Read more
I bought this book for a class and now I am totally smitten with the brilliance of the wonderful woman!Published 19 months ago by Jane Smith
This book pieces together many sources that create a fairly comprehensive picture of Audre Lorde. She makes one of the more compelling cases for why anger should be in the arsenal... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Thirdman
Actual "thoughts" of Audra Lorde. HIV was created by the US army to kill black people. If so its shows once again that you can not trust the Federal goverment to get anything... Read morePublished on April 8, 2011 by Jonathan M. Fox
This is much more than a book, a collection of writings. It's an experience more like surviving a traumatic event, seeing a deep and distressing movie or having a long and... Read morePublished on March 24, 2010 by AA Dude