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Returning to key aspects of a roundtable held in 2006 during South Africa's 16 Days of Activism, this new study looks at how black lesbians have fared in the years since that brave call to action. This time around, the emphasis is on violence against lesbians, and the authors provide an update of the original seminar, with new recommendations for research, policy, and prac Returning to key aspects of a roundtable held in 2006 during South Africa's 16 Days of Activism, this new study looks at how black lesbians have fared in the years since that brave call to action. This time around, the emphasis is on violence against lesbians, and the authors provide an update of the original seminar, with new recommendations for research, policy, and practice. In the closing chapter, the discussion becomes personal, with an impassioned plea for empathy, citizenship, belonging, and social justice for all—and a reminder that silence about these issues is not an option.


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Returning to key aspects of a roundtable held in 2006 during South Africa's 16 Days of Activism, this new study looks at how black lesbians have fared in the years since that brave call to action. This time around, the emphasis is on violence against lesbians, and the authors provide an update of the original seminar, with new recommendations for research, policy, and prac Returning to key aspects of a roundtable held in 2006 during South Africa's 16 Days of Activism, this new study looks at how black lesbians have fared in the years since that brave call to action. This time around, the emphasis is on violence against lesbians, and the authors provide an update of the original seminar, with new recommendations for research, policy, and practice. In the closing chapter, the discussion becomes personal, with an impassioned plea for empathy, citizenship, belonging, and social justice for all—and a reminder that silence about these issues is not an option.

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