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  • Title: Eloquent Rage: A Black Feminist Discovers Her Superpower
  • Author: Brittney Cooper
  • ISBN: 9781250112576
  • Page: 387
  • Format: Hardcover

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  1. 2 20 this is now out GO GET IT NOW I received an advanced copy of this through NetGalley Views are my own.This is essential reading.This was a powerful, heartbreaking, hilarious, important read I can t recommend it enough.I loved that while Cooper discusses topics both weighty and highly academic, her writing retains a sense of accessibility I don t mean that it s dumbed down at all her arguments are full of research and nuance but rather that she clearly crafted this book with the audience in m [...]


  2. My new Bible Finally a book that puts definition or structure to the internal rage I ve been feeling as a black women Thank you Brittney for writing this.


  3. This book is exceptional brilliance Professor Brittney Cooper manages to delve into structural inequalities with personal insight and depth that draws the reader in Especially in this current social and political context, everyone needs to read this masterpiece


  4. In an prose style both academically serious yet casually accessible, Cooper gives readers a primer on the deep roots of feminism and how it can, ought to be practiced today Her tone is at once personal, riveting, and urgent making these essays perhaps some of the best for those black women looking for solidarity it is also perhaps one of the best critiques of white feminism one can find making it indispensable to white women and all men.


  5. I loved this so much I bought it TWICE Started listening on audio narrated by the brilliant author herself and halfway through went out and bought a hardcover too because I simply couldn t not invest in it I just finished listening and I m going to go home and flip through the print copy again because there are so many important quotes ideas to remember and take note of If I could go ahead and sign up for the college courses she teaches, I d do that too Brittney Cooper is a wildly intelligent an [...]


  6. Confession Just when I thought that I could not love Brittney Cooper , she published Eloquent Rage It took me longer than normal to read this book because it was so raw, so personal, and so full of rage Dr Cooper s writing is so smooth she goes in and out of the towers of academia and ends up on her grandmother s porch all within the same sentence She is clearly an intellectual, but also a homegirl in the best possible way Cooper uses her own experience as a highly educated Black woman from the [...]


  7. This is a book by a grown ass woman written for other grown ass women This is a book for women who expect to be taken seriously.Brittney Cooper is angry She has every reason to be and so do we.Eloquent Rage A Black Feminist Discovers Her Superpower covers a range of topics from education to family, pop culture to spirituality Brittany Cooper s writing is intelligent and accessible I liked the clarity of her points and her vulnerability in speaking and owning her truth I did find some of her view [...]


  8. I exist in a perpetual state of rage lying just beneath a very thin surface Any perceived sleight or injustice will expose my eloquent rage racism, sexism, trifling ass men and black folks who hate black folks being the main instigators My friends and family know this, my coworkers know this I do not apologize This book let me live I am not alone.


  9. This is an amazing book The audiobook version is fantastic, letting Prof Cooper say what she has to say personally and directly It was like listening to your most interesting and insightful friend After reading this book, I wish we were friends The weaving of the academic and popular, sacred and profane, theory and application, universal and personal is masterful The last part of the book is a particular joy.


  10. ARC received from NetGalley in return for an honest review.This book was amazing Professor Cooper writes about black feminism from a personal perspective and I was repeatedly blown away by her incisive anger the book delivers on its title and then some As the author says herself, she eats white lady tears for breakfast, lunch and dinner Her views on pop culture mostly Beyonce, because duh and politics are spot on 100% of the time and where applicable, hilarious to boot.


  11. Part memoir, part lecture series, these essays cover some serious ground Cooper tackles everything from domestic abuse to intersectional feminism to Respectability Politics and the racism within the War on Drugs all informed by personal experience but transformed into well researched lessons on deconstructive sociology The title was born from her journey learning to channel rage at injustice into productive, academic pursuits and it perfectly captures the thematic undercurrent of collection.Eloq [...]


  12. As an end to Black History Month and moving onto Women s History Month it seemed like this would be a timely read for the moment In a series of essays Cooper talks about what it s like being a black woman in various spheres In friendships In romantic relationships In the media In academia And so forth All along with the journey with all its mistakes and discoveries along the way.I ve never liked essay collections and this wasn t an exception I m not extremely familiar with Crunk and her work I t [...]


  13. I gave this book four stars because it is thought provoking I m not a feminist by any means A lot of her points are subjective , the Michelle Obama hair bun on Trump s inauguration being one of them, however, some others points are spot on The balance between rage and respectability being the other I can get behind the idea that there is a societal problem towards black women given our history in this country but I don t think the answer is to look outside of ourselves and communities I think th [...]


  14. One of my favorite books I ve read this year I actually pulled over to write something down she said in the audiobook which I recommend if you have it available, as her reading it was really a treat thought provoking, autobiographical enough to feel like you know her, and she makes theory accessible without losing any academic rigor I wish I could take a class with her Great read


  15. This book was like a personal homegirl intervention I would love to sit in a class with Dr Cooper and soak up all that I could I couldn t put this book down I learned so much but it was relatable at the same time Cooper has a unique way of gathering you but also teaching you , in love It was insightful, humorous, relatable, and factual Oh and it s black AF Loved it.


  16. I received an advanced reader s copy in exchange for an honest review.There s been a bunch of wonderful books published by Black Feminists this month, but this one really shines Cooper covers so many topics family, race, pop culture, sexuality, domestic violence but always in a way that is humanistic and pro woman There s not a false note in this book, and while these topics can be heavy, her light and truth shine so brightly that the reader always feels inspired.


  17. Words of Fire for These TimesAn instant addition to my student development, toolkit, this is an erudite, if not always accessible, use of the power of Black feminist anger The author confronts a society that has traditionally decided to diminish her contributions rather than elevate them, and delivers a clapback worthy of study, and in no small part, emulation.


  18. Required reading This really provided another lens for me to read through the Black Woman experience, happy to read from a lens I usually don t It was written strongly directly and easily digestible for folks not in academia Made me feel all of the emotions.



  19. I received an eGalley from the publisher in exchange for a review.From my twitter review on 2 6 18 Essential reading for sociology theology students, and well, just about anyone trying to better themselves.The title doesn t lie There is anger in this book, and Cooper is not going to mince words And we need to listen to all of them It s difficult to hear some of the things she has to say, which is precisely why we should take her critiques seriously.


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