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F.”, I still find myself chanting, “I think I’m Big Meech. Ran by the men but the women keep the tempo.” That could have been ripped from Patricia Hill Collins’s discussion on spokesperson (male civil rights activists) verses center people (female civil rights activists) in “Black Feminist Thought.” Do I think Beyonce knows she’s invoking contentious feminist traditions? Actually, probably not, but isn’t it amazing how she helped birth deep thinking from a club banger!? And I believe Beyonce’s video is set in a post-apocalyptic time period because it’s too incredulous for the status quo to even imagine what the world would look like if girls (women) run the world.” “While I appreciate Beyonce’s music, I don’t confuse it with feminism or feminist empowerment. I feel empowered when I read and listen to talks by Black women who have been and are doing the necessary work to really free us from misogyny and brutality. What about Traphik, who raps “I never hit a chick but I will choke a slut” and gets applauded at the Midwest Asian American Student Union’s Spring Conference ? (Obviously this list is hip hop-centric, ‘cause that’s what I listen to).
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