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Creativity, Black Feminist Roots, and Human Revolution
Premiere Date: 9/1/2003; 55 minutes


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A major address charting the evolution of Black Feminist Studies as an academic discipline by one of its foremost founders, Dr. Akasha Gloria Hull. Professor Hull reads from her new novel. Professor Hull is Professor Emerita of Women's Studies and Literature at UC Santa Cruz and Visiting Professor of Black Studies at UC Santa Barbara. (#7914)

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