MAKING WAVES: THE THEORY AND PRACTICE OF BLACK FEMINISM on JSTOR. Black feminism on JSTOR. WHAT'S IN A NAME? Womanism, Black Feminism, and Beyond on JSTOR. Third Wave Black Feminism? on JSTOR. National Black Feminist Organization (NBFO) Founded: May, 1973, announced August 15, 1973 Ended existence: 1976, national organization; 1980, last local chapter.
Key founding members: Florynce Kennedy, Eleanor Holmes Norton, Margaret Sloan, Faith Ringgold, Michele Wallace, Doris Wright. First (and only) president: Margaret Sloan Number of chapters at peak: about 10. African American History and Women Timeline. Updated September 05, 2015.
From the landing of Columbus in the Americas, through today, black women have contributed to American history and have been affected by it. In this timeline, you'll find events arranged by year. Use the index below to skip to a time period you're looking for. Black History and Women. The Combahee River Collective: Black Women's Liberation. Updated April 30, 2016. with edits and updates by Jone Johnson Lewis.
The Combahee River Collective, a Boston-based organization active 1974 to 1980, was a collective of black feminists, including many lesbians, critical of white feminism. Their statement has been a key influence on black feminism and on social theory about race. They examined the interplay of sexism, racism, economics and heterosexism.