The crunk feminist collection /
"For the Crunk Feminist Collective, their academic day jobs were lacking in conversations they actually wanted-relevant, real conversations about how race and gender politics intersect with pop culture and current events. To address this void, they started a blog. Now with an annual readership...
|Edition:||First Feminist Press edition.|
|Imprint:||New York City : Feminist Press at the City University of New York, 2017.|
|Description:||xxi, 336 pages ; 23 cm|
|Subject:||African American feminists -- United States.|
Feminism -- United States.
African Americans -- Study and teaching -- United States.
African Americans -- Blogs -- Social aspects.
African Americans -- Blogs -- Political aspects.
African American feminists.
African Americans -- Study and teaching.
|URL for this record:||http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/10986576|
- The Crunk Feminist Collective mission statement
- Hip hop generation feminism: a manifesto
- Intro: Get CRUNK! / Brittney C. Cooper, Susana M. Morris, and Robin M. Boylorn
- Gender: @#$% the patriarchy. Introduction ; Dear patriarchy / Crunkista ; On Black men showing up for Black women at the scene of the crime / Brittney C. Cooper ; The evolution of a down-ass chick / Robin M. Boylorn ; How did I become a feminist? / Eesha Pandit ; Do we need a body count to count? Notes on the serial murders of Black women / Aisha Durham ; What does Black masculinity look like? / Robin M. Boylorn ; Eight reasons why formenism can ruin your love life / Brittney C. Cooper and Susana M. Morris ; On being called out my name / Robin M. Boylorn ; Jesus wasn't a slut shamer, or how conservative theology harms Black women / Brittney C. Cooper
- Race and racism: all Black lives matter. Introduction ; Refereeing Serena: racism, anger, and US (Women's) tennis / Brittney C. Cooper ; On Kimani Gray, or to be young, guilty, and Black / Susana M. Morris ; SlutWalks vs. Ho Strolls / Brittney C. Cooper ; Fuck Sears, or when mall cops attack / Crunkista ; Re-nigging on the promises: #Justice4Trayvon / Brittney C. Cooper ; The western gaze: on photography in the two-thirds world / Eesha Pandit ; Trayvon Martin and prison abolition / Chanel Craft Tanner ; Working while Black: ten racial microagressions experienced in the workplace / Robin M. Boylorn ; For whites who consider being allies but find it much too tuff / Susana M. Morris
- Family and community: choosing family. Introduction ; Reflections on coming out and family / Crunkista ; The evidence of things not seen: sex and power in the Black church / Brittney C. Cooper ; Fish dreams / Robin M. Boylorn ; Inconceivable: Black infertility / Aisha Durham ; What I value most / Rachel Raimist ; God's plan ain't Black mothers dying young / Sheri Davis-Faulkner ; After the love has gone: radical community after the election / Susana M. Morris ; Mama's baby, papa's maybe / Susana M. Morris ; What love looks like in public / Robin M. Boylorn ; #CFCTaughtMe: five lessons on life and relationships on the occasion of our fifth anniversary / Brittney C. Cooper
- Girls studies: Black girls are magic. Introduction ; Won't you celebrate with me? / Susana M. Morris ; Meeting girls where they are / Chanel Craft Tanner ; Baby hair: for Gabby, Blue Ivy, Tiana, and me / Robin M. Boylorn ; When everything hurts: Black pain, silence, and suicide tries / Robin M. Boylorn ; Unbreakable, or the problem with praising Blackgirl strength / Robin M. Boylorn ; Olympics oppression? Gabby Douglas and smile politics / Brittney C. Cooper ; What if we were free? Riley Curry and Blackgirl freedom / Robin M. Boylorn
- Politics and policy: the personal is political. Introduction ; On the pole for freedom: Bree Newsome's politics, theory, and theology of resistance / Brittney C. Cooper ; The wait of a nation / Sheri Davis-Faulkner ; Health-care reform, politics, and power: is the Supreme Court crunk? / Eesha Pandit ; Reproductive injustice and the "War on Women," or an ode to the intersections / Eesha Pandit ; My brother's keeper and the co-optation of intersectionality / Brittney C. Cooper ; Reflections on respectability / Susana M. Morris ; Citizenship and silence: speaking the stories aloud / Eesha Pandit ; Teachers are not magical Negroes / Susana M. Morris ; Making movement mistakes: what to do when you f@*k up / Eesha Pandit
- Hip hop generation feminism: feminism all the way turned up. Introduction ; Ten crunk commandments for reinvigorating hip hop feminist studies / Brittney C. Cooper, Aisha Durham, Susana M. Morris, and Rachel Raimist ; Lensing the culture: (Hip hop) women behind the camera / Rachel Raimist ; Sticks, stones, and microphones: a melody of misogyny / Aisha Durham ; Confessions of a backslider / Chanel Craft Tanner ; Disrespectability politics: on Jay Z's bitch, Beyoncé's "fly" ass, and Black girl blue / Brittney C. Cooper
- Love, sex and relationships: Black feminist sex is the best sex ever. Introduction ; Single, saved, and sexin': the gospel of gettin' your freak on / Brittney C. Cooper ; She got a big ego? Thoughts on dating with a doctorate / Brittney C. Cooper ; Being single: on Mary Jane, Gabrielle Union, and those of us who are imperfect / Robin M. Boylorn ; On the glorification of the side chick / Robin M. Boylorn ; What's up with dudes not being able to give compliments? / Brittney C. Cooper ; How Chris Brown is effing up my sex life / Brittney C. Cooper
- Pop culture: the rise of the ratchet. Introduction ; Nicki's world / Aisha Durham ; (Un)clutching my mother's pearls, or ratchetness and the residue of respectability / Brittney C. Cooper ; Girl, bye: why this moment is bigger than Paula Deen / Susana M. Morris ; The unending heartbreak of great expectations: why I can't watch The Mindy Project anymore / Eesha Pandit ; Five reasons I'm here for Beyoncé, the feminist / Brittney C. Cooper ; On bell, Beyoncé, and bullshit / Brittney C. Cooper ; Clair Huxtable is dead / Brittney C. Cooper ; A scandal and a lawn chair: why Olivia Pope can't save us from racism / Robin M. Boylorn ; Tyler Perry hates Black women: five thoughts on The Haves and the Have Nots / Brittney C. Cooper
- Identity: intersectionality for a new generation. Introduction ; You're pretty for a dark-skinned girl / Robin M. Boylorn ; Does this make me look fat? / Susana M. Morris ; Does this make me look Latina? / Crunkista ; Memories, survival, and safety / Crunkista ; Getting to happy, or the myth of happily ever after / Robin M. Boylorn ; When you're "the one" / Susana M. Morris
- Sisterhood: she's not heavy, she's my sister. Introduction ; Antoine Dodson's sister: on invisibility as violence / Chanel Craft Tanner ; The joy(s) of being a (Black) woman / Robin M. Boylorn ; Is it ever okay to tell a sister to go kick rocks? Black women and friendship / Brittney C. Cooper ; Beauty parlor politics / Robin M. Boylorn ; Remember their names: in memory of Kasandra, Cherica, and others gone too soon / Robin M. Boylorn ; Mama's feminism / Robin M. Boylorn ; So, two feminists walk into a bar / Susana M. Morris ; How talking to your homegirls can "liberate" your sex life / Brittney C. Cooper
- Self-care: thus saith the Lorde. Introduction ; Life is not a fairy tale: Black women and depression / Robin M. Boylorn ; These days I hate going to the gynecologist / Sheri Davis-Faulkner
- Back-to-school beatitudes: ten academic survival tips / Brittney C. Cooper ; Love me like you love your lover / Aisha Durham ; Loving ourselves: the case for radical empathy / Susana M. Morris ; Black autumn: on Black anger, tiredness, and the limits of self-care / Brittney C. Cooper ; Disappearing acts, unreciprocated interest(s), and other rhythms to my blues / Robin M. Boylorn ; How to say no and when to say yes / Robin M. Boylorn
- Outro / Brittney C. Cooper, Susana M. Morris, and Robin M. Boylorn
- Crunk glossary.