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Black feminism in Britain is a very strong issue This topic could be addressed in so many ways so I decided to address the issue through others writings Black women have been pressing the issue of equality for a very long time now and being black women presents a two -fold issue on equality Being Black automatically make you a minority and being a woman takes away from your standpoint even more This is why Hazel Carby feels that being just a feminist is nit enough there are more issues than those that are addressed by whit feminist for the black woman Hazel Cardys article White Woman Listen Black Feminism and the Boundaries of Sisterhood examines the way in which feminist revisionist history has reconstructed itself by appropriating the power of privilege of the historiography in order to marginalize black women in their absences and misrepresent them in their presence In my view it is precisely the incorporation of feminism in the worlds system and power The concern is not one with the feminist theory and more with the misuse and abuse of black women in Britain Black women in Britain have had a lot of battles to fight to get to where they are today and even today they are still not equal with men in society The black women of Britain had to not only endure migration but hey had to also endure loosing high education positions for lower paying jobs and many had to leave their families and come to Britain alone They did come to Britain for the fast cars and big cities these women came over to make a living so that their families could survive They thought that they were coming to the land of opportunity but when they arrived in Britain they were in for a rude awakening There the push and pull factor that is present in this situation In the Caribbean there
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