Fear has always been my biggest obstacle in life. Ms. Davis never let fear keep her from fighting for the oppressed.
This is a woman of pure feminine and equal rights power. Angela was, and still is, a strong force in fighting for equal rights of the black American population. In this fight she learned that women of all races felt as though they were not equal. This awareness drove her appetite for feminism and other equal rights as well. She was a professor and despite the fact that she could (and did) lose her job this didn’t stop her from speaking publicly against war, racism, sexism, gay rights, and the prison industrial complex situations. Her time in prison did not stop her, nor did public criticism.
Angela is certainly one of my favorite female heroines, taking a stand on any and all oppression without letting fear of the consequences rule her.”