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Articles and Essays

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AMOS, Valerie and Pratibha PARMAR (and others). 1984. Many Voices, One Chant: Black Feminist Perspectives. Feminist Review. Volume No. 17, pp. 3-19.

ANGELO, Anne-Marie. 2009. The Black Panthers in London, 1967 – 1972. Radical History Review. Volume No 103. pp. 17-35. A PDF version is available from this blog courtesy of the author.

BOGLE, Marlene T. 1988. Brixton Black Women’s Centre: Organizing on Child Sexual Abuse. Feminist Review. Volume No. 28, pp. 132-135.

CHIDGEY, Red. August/September 2010). Do you remember Olive Morris?. London: Red Pepper, no. 173, pp. 34-35.

HOWE, Darcus. 2006. Darcus Howe remembers the “insohreckshan”. New Statement [online]. [May 3rd, 2009]. Available from World Wide Web: <http://www.newstatesman.com/200604030015>.

OWAAD. 1979. In Memory of Olive Morris. FOWAAD, Newsletter of the Organisation of Women of Asian & African Descent (OWAAD). Volume no.1, p.12.

QUASHIE, A. 1990. Writing Our Own History: Talking Personal, Talking Political. Trouble and Strife, The Radical Feminist Magazine. Volume No. 19, pp.44-52.

SAPIR, Y. 2003. Neither Intent Nor Impact: A Critique of the Racially Based Selective Prosecution Jurisprudence and a Reform Proposal. Harvard Blackletter Law Journal. Volume Vol. 19, PP. 127-179.

Unauthored. 1979. Black Women Together: The Need for a united and autonomouse National Black Women’s Organisation. Spare Rib: A Women’s Liberation Magazine. Volume No.87, pp.42-45.

Unauthored. 1980. Black Women Fighting Back. Spare Rib: A Women’s Liberation Magazine. Volume No.95, p.49.

WATT, Diane. 2007. Silent Warriors: The Women of Abasindi Co-operative. Manchester Metropolitan University, Department of Applied Community Studies.

Woman Talk Collective. 1984. Black Women Organising Autonomously. Feminist Review: Many Voices One Chant Black Feminist Perspectives. Volume No.17, pp.84-99.


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