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Barbara Smith: Quiz

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Question 1: Mankiller, Wilma, Gwendolyn Mink, Marysa Navarro, Barbara Smith, and ________, eds.
Democratic Party (United States)Gloria SteinemBetty FriedanSecond-wave feminism

Question 2: Smith and the Combahee River Collective have been credited with coining the term ________, which they defined as "a politics that grew out of our objective material experiences as Black women.
FeminismBlack feminismMarxismIdentity politics

Question 3: Smith was made a Bunting Institute at ________ Fellow in 1996, and received a 1994 Stonewall Award for her activism.
Vassar CollegeSeven Sisters (colleges)Radcliffe CollegeSarah Lawrence College

Question 4: In 1975 Smith reorganised the ________ chapter of the National Black Feminist Organization to establish the Combahee River Collective.
DenverMassachusettsBostonPhoenix, Arizona

Question 5: “Across the Kitchen Table: A Sister-to-Sister Dialogue.” In ________: Writings by Radical Women of Color, eds.
Cherríe MoragaChicana feminismThis Bridge Called My BackBlack feminism

Question 6: [4] To those who would criticize her commitment to understanding and continuing discussion around identity, Smith noted in an interview in off our backs, a feminist magazine, that "I have been called an ________.
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich HegelAristotleEssentialismPlato

Question 7: Barbara has a ________ sister, Beverly Smith, who is also a lesbian feminist activist and writer.
Chimera (genetics)Monochorionic twinsMonoamniotic twinsTwin

Question 8: Barbara Smith (born December 16, 1946) in Cleveland[1] is an American, lesbian feminist[2] who has played a significant role in building and sustaining ________ in the United States.
Separatist feminismBlack feminismThird-wave feminismWomen's rights







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