A Vindication of the Rights of Black Women: A Contribution to a Discourse

When Mary Wollenstencraft published her polemic on Feminist Philosophy in 1792,  against the tumultuous background of the French Revolution, she concerned herself with the rights afforded to “woman” – an abstract category. However, in Wollenstencraft’s world, there was seemingly something in the body social that drew all women together and merged their experiences. In today’s society, the difference … More A Vindication of the Rights of Black Women: A Contribution to a Discourse

Beyond Black and White: Love, Race and the Interracial

One of the big questions society must answer right now is whether or not we live in a post-racial society. Some would say yes, but the vast majority (many of whom would be considered ethnic minorities in the UK and America) would disagree vehemently. Although we have come a very long way since the 1950s … More Beyond Black and White: Love, Race and the Interracial