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‘Black Women Need to Unlearn the Pattern of Martyrdom’

Activist Adrienne Maree Brown discusses how to make revolution irresistible and what Black liberation looks like for Black women

A closeup photo of Adrienne Maree Brown against the sky.
Adrienne Maree Brown. Photos: Anjali Pinto

Adrienne Maree Brown moves in many spaces. That’s because the writer, activist, social justice facilitator…




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