Stella Dadzie

Stella Dadzie is a British educationalist, activist, and writer, known for her work in anti-racist education and her contributions to the feminist movement. She co-authored the seminal book 'The Heart of the Race: Black Women's Lives in Britain'.


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  1. 1. A Kick In The Belly

    The book explores the often-overlooked role of women in the resistance and rebellion against the transatlantic slave trade. It highlights the resilience and agency of enslaved African women in the face of brutal oppression, documenting their various forms of resistance, from everyday acts of defiance to outright revolts. Drawing on a wealth of historical sources, the narrative reveals how these women were not just passive victims but active participants in the fight for freedom, shaping the course of history with their courage and determination. The book also examines the impact of gender and power on the experiences of these women, offering a nuanced perspective on a dark chapter in history.

    The 11101st Greatest Book of All Time