As we reflect on John Lewis' Civil Rights legacy amid the on-going demonstrations in support of Black Lives Matter,author Mikki Kendall says it's also time for a moment of reckoning for modern-day feminism.Her book "Hood Feminism: Notes From The Women That A Movement Forgot" is a New York Times best sellerand addresses the issues surrounding black feminism. NewsHour Weekend's Christopher Booker has more.Despite having written extensively about gender, intersectionality and sexual assault, writer Mikki Kendall considers herself only an occasional feminist.In her most recent writing, The NY Times best seller Hood Feminism,Kendall lays bare just how and why she at times struggles to find common cause with modern feminism.Hood feminism is the feminism of the working class of people who live in inner cities, rural communities,who absolutely have to make a way out of no way, regardless of jargon.You know, the banner buzz words and it's not that identity doesn't matter. It's that survival comes first.If you've never had to worry about hunger or homelessness or any of these other things,if you think of them as separate issues that affect those amorphous people over there because your world is onein which you're focused on how to be a CEO, you're focused on how to get promoted. You're focused on how to be president.Those are the needs you make feminism about and it's not that those things couldn't theoretically be important,but it means then that you're alienating all of the other people who are saying, hey, over here. Food stamps, clean water, safe housing. Right.