Leftist Reading: Women, Race & Class Part 19

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Episode 55:

This week we’re finishing our reading of Women, Race & Class by Angela Y. Davis.
The full book is available online here:
https://archive.org/details/WomenRaceClassAngelaDavis

[Part 1 - 2]
1. THE LEGACY OF SLAVERY: STANDARDS FOR A NEW WOMANHOOD

[Part 3]
2. THE ANTI-SLAVERY MOVEMENT AND THE BIRTH OF WOMEN’S RIGHTS

[Part 4 - 5]
3. CLASS AND RACE IN THE EARLY WOMEN’S RIGHTS CAMPAIGN (first half)

[Part 6]
4. RACISM IN THE WOMAN SUFFRAGE MOVEMENT

[Part 7]
5. THE MEANING OF EMANCIPATION ACCORDING TO BLACK WOMEN

[Part 8]
6. EDUCATION AND LIBERATION: BLACK WOMEN’S PERSPECTIVE

[Part 9]
7. WOMAN SUFFRAGE AT THE TURN OF THE CENTURY: THE RISING INFLUENCE OF RACISM

[Part 10]
8. BLACK WOMEN AND THE CLUB MOVEMENT

[Part 11]
9. WORKING WOMEN, BLACK WOMEN AND THE HISTORY OF THE SUFFRAGE MOVEMENT

[Part 12]
10. COMMUNIST WOMEN
• Lucy Parsons - 06:58
• Ella Reeve Bloor - 13:05
• Anita Whitney - 20:31

[Part 13]
10. COMMUNIST WOMEN
• Elizabeth Gurley Flynn
• Claudia Jones

[Part 14 - 15]
11. RAPE, RACISM AND THE MYTH OF THE BLACK RAPIST

[Part 16 - 17]
12. RACISM, BIRTH CONTROL AND REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS

[Part 18]
13. THE APPROACHING OBSOLESCENCE OF HOUSEWORK: A WORKING-CLASS PERSPECTIVE - First half

[Part 19]
13. THE APPROACHING OBSOLESCENCE OF HOUSEWORK: A WORKING-CLASS PERSPECTIVE
Second Half - 00:31
Discussion - 24:43

Footnotes:
14) 02:07
Speech by Polga Fortunata. Quoted in Wendy Edmond and Suzie Fleming, editors, All Work and No Pay: Women, Housework and the Wages Due! (Bristol, England: Falling Wall Press, 1975), p. 18.

15) 02:42
Mariarosa Dalla Costa and Selma James, The Power of Women and the Subversion of the Community (Bristol, England: Falling Wall Press, 1973).

16) 03:28
Ibid., p. 28.

17) 04:00
Mary Inman, In Woman’s Defense (Los Angeles: Committee to Organize the Advancement of Women, 1940). See also Inman, The Two Forms of Production Under Capitalism (Long Beach, Cal.: Published by the Author, 1964).

18) 04:07
Margaret Benston, “The Political Economy of Women’s Liberation,” Monthly Review, Vol. XXI, No. 4 (September, 1969).

19) 05:40
“On the Economic Status of the Housewife.” Editorial Comment in Political Affairs, Vol. LIII, No. 3 (March, 1974), p. 4.

20) 06:26
Hilda Bernstein, For Their Triumphs and For Their Tears: Women in Apartheid South Africa (London: International Defence and Aid Fund, 1975), p. 13

21) 07:02
Elizabeth Landis, “Apartheid and the Disabilities of Black Women in South Africa,” Objective: Justice, Vol. VII, No. 1 (January-March, 1975), p. 6. Excerpts from this paper were published in Freedomways, Vol. XV, No. 4, 1975.

22) 07:36
Bernstein, op. cit., p. 33.

23) 07:49
Landis, op. cit., p. 6.

24) 09:43
V. I. Lenin, “A Great Beginning,”pamphlet published in July, 1919. Quoted in Collected Works, Vol. 29 (Moscow: Progress Publishers, 1966), p. 429.

25) 10:55
Released in the United States under the title Black Girl.

26) 12:09
Jackson, op. cit., pp. 236–237.

27) 12:27
Victor Perlo, Economics of Racism U.S.A., Roots of Black Inequality (New York: International Publishers, 1975), p. 24.

28) 12:42
Staples, The Black Woman in America, p. 27.

29) 14:10
Daily World, July 26, 1977, p. 9.

30) 15:39
Dalla Costa and James, op. cit., p. 40.

31) 16:39
Pat Sweeney, “Wages for Housework: The Strategy for Women’s Liberation,” Heresies, January, 1977, p. 104.

32) 17:22
Dalla Costa and James, op. cit., p. 41.

33) 18:40
Ann Oakley, The Sociology of Housework (New York: Pantheon Books, 1974).

34) 20:05
Ibid., p. 65.

35) 20:31
Ibid., p. 44.

36) 21:02
Ibid., p. 53.

37) 21:26
Psychology Today, Vol. X, No. 4 (September, 1976), p. 76.

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