#Sayhername: Black Women's Stories of State Violence and Public Silence (Paperback)

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#Sayhername: Black Women's Stories of State Violence and Public Silence By Kimberlé Crenshaw (Editor), Forum Policy American African, Janelle Monáe (Foreword by) Cover Image
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Fill the void. Lift your voice. Say Her Name.

Black women, girls, and femmes as young as seven and as old as ninety-three have been killed by the police, though we rarely hear their names or learn their stories. Breonna Taylor, Alberta Spruill, Rekia Boyd, Shantel Davis, Shelly Frey, Kayla Moore, Kyam Livingston, Miriam Carey, Michelle Cusseaux, and Tanisha Anderson are among the many lives that should have been.

#SayHerName provides an analytical framework for understanding Black women's susceptibility to police brutality and state-sanctioned violence, and it explains how--through black feminist storytelling and ritual--we can effectively mobilize various communities and empower them to advocate for racial justice.

Centering Black women's experiences in police violence and gender violence discourses sends the powerful message that, in fact, all Black lives matter and that the police cannot kill without consequence.This is a powerful story of Black feminist practice, community-building, enablement, and Black feminist reckoning.


Product Details
ISBN: 9781642594522
ISBN-10: 1642594520
Publisher: Haymarket Books
Publication Date: January 9th, 2024
Pages: 224
Language: English