gender equality

Alice Walker’s “In Search of Our Mothers’ Gardens,” serves as a direct response to Virginia Woolf. While Woolf explains that every woman must have “a room of her own” to be able to write creatively, Walker points out that many Black women, such as Phillis Wheatly, did not even have the privilege to own themselves. Walker’s piece clearly serves as a criticism for Woolf’s which does not include the challenges of Black women in the conversation she presents. In a 4-6 page research paper, explain why it is important to include marginalized women (such as women of color, disabled women, LGBTQ+ women, etc.) in discussions on gender equity.   Include a work cited  

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