Gloria Jean Watkins (born September 25, 1952), better known by her pen name bell hooks (intentionally uncapitalized), is an American author, feminist, and social activist. She took her nom de plume from her maternal great-grandmother Bell Blair Hooks.
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Famous quotes containing the words bell hooks, bell and/or hooks:
“Like desire, language disrupts, refuses to be contained within boundaries.”
—bell hooks (b. c. 1955)
“There is evidence that all too many people are approaching parenthood with a dangerous lack of knowledge and skill. The result is that many children are losing out on what ought to be an undeniable rightthe right to have parents who know how to be good parents, parents skilled in the art of parenting.”
—T. H. Bell (20th century)
“Separatism of any kind promotes marginalization of those unwilling to grapple with the whole body of knowledge and creative works available to others. This is true of black students who do not want to read works by white writers, of female students of any race who do not want to read books by men, and of white students who only want to read works by white writers.”
—bell hooks (b. 1955)