Also recipient of the C. Wright Mills Award in 1990 two years later she co-edits Race, Class and Gender : An Anthology with Margaret Andersen in 1992. In 1998 she publishes Fighting Words : Black Women and The Search for Justice, which focuses on fighting discrimination against Black women in Black communities. In this book she also embraces the notion of Black Women as "outsiders within". In 2006 From Black Power to Hip Hop : Racism, Nationalism, and Feminism is to discuss the relationship between feminism and women in the hip hop generation but connected with Black nationalism. However notice that this very same year she is to be named Distinguished University Professor by the University of Maryland.
The Book that please me the most among her books is Black Sexual Politics : African American Gender, And The New Racism published also by Routledge in 2004 for how it shows that race and sexism are intertwined ant that to understand the wide range of racism somebody needs to consider it.