1. Feminisms from the Perspective of Afro-Brazilian Women
  2. Cláudia Pons Cardoso, Miriam Adelman
  3. pp. 1-29
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  1. Women in Movement
  2. Sueli Carneiro, Regina Camargo
  3. pp. 30-49
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  1. ‘Vem Marchar com a Gente’/Come March with Us
  2. Sonia E. Alvarez
  3. pp. 70-75
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  1. March against Racism and Violence and in Favor of Living Well (bem viver) Brasilia 2015 National Black Women’s March November 18
  2. pp. 76-83
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  1. Images from the 2015 March of Black Women in Brasília
  2. Claudia Ferreira, Adriana Medeiros
  3. pp. 80-83
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  1. Selected Poems
  2. Conceição Evaristo, Maria Aparecida Salgueiro de Andrade, Antonio D. Tillis
  3. pp. 84-93
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  1. Geographies of Power: Black Women Mobilizing Intersectionality in Brazil
  2. Keisha-Khan Y. Perry
  3. pp. 94-120
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  1. Centering African-Descendant Women in HIV/AIDS Research, Policy, and Praxis in Brazil
  2. Kia Lilly Caldwell
  3. pp. 121-147
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  1. Beyond the Flesh: Contemporary Representations of the Black Female Body in Afro-Brazilian Literature
  2. Flávia Santos de Araújo
  3. pp. 148-176
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  1. Promoting Feminist Amefricanidade: Bridging Black Feminist Cultures and Politics in the Americas
  2. Sonia E. Alvarez, Kia Lilly Caldwell
  3. pp. V-XI
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