bell hooks was born Gloria Jean Watkins on September 25, 1952, in Hopkinsville, a small segregated town in Kentucky.
She was an American Author, social activist, feminist, and professor.
Gloria Jean Watkins whose pen name is bell hooks which she took from her maternal grandmother, works focus on gender, the intersectionality of race, and capitalism.
bell hooks was born on September 25, 1952, and died on December 15, 2021, at age 69.
Between 1978 and 2018, bell hooks gave the world a lot of education in her areas of expertise and also helped a lot of people realize some of the most important social issues like feminism and race.
In 1981, her first work called “Ain’t I A Woman?: Black Women and Feminism” was published
bell hook’s height and weight are not known publicly.
As a philosopher with a complex view on love, bell books passed away at the age of 69 with a single status. This means she had no husband and children.
As of 2021, bell hook’s net worth is $1,000,000 ($1M)
bell hooks during her active years, wrote a lot of books that really resonated with people but here are just five of the masterpieces.
These were; All about love: New Visions, Ain’t I A Woman: black women and feminism, Feminism are for everybody: Passionate Politics, Communion: The Female Search for Love and Teaching Critical Thinking: Practical Wisdom.
Bell Hooks died from kidney failure at her home, where she was surrounded by family and friends.