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Meridians: feminism, race, transnationalism back issues
Excerpts from the Voices of Feminism Oral History Project: interview with Frances Beal.(Interview)
September 22, 2008... Abstract In this oral history, Frances M. Beal describes her unique childhood as the daughter of parents of refugee Jewish, African American, and Native American descent. The interview focuses on her activism in the United States and in France, including founding the Women's Committee...
September 22, 2008... Now Our parents failed us then we failed ourselves then--why am I saying this what am I saying? You are dead. Too soon. What do I have Now What was anything at all ever?
Don't hang up.(Poem)
September 22, 2008... Don't Hang Up I'm listening to the Orlons "Don't Hang Up" fierce rhythmic growl from ghetto girls in sequins. Crystals, galaxies of light, & on the wall behind the wheelchair are five clocks. Fierce ghetto vinyl groove. I'm sitting in Denny's eating chicken...
Salvation is the issue.(deaths of black women intellectuals)(Essay)
September 22, 2008... When we read the work of Toni Morrison, Alice Walker, or Zora Neale Hurston, we hold in our hands more than a book, but a dream of community: living evidence of a spiraling chain of black women intellectuals whose work has been the saving of our spiritual, intellectual, and cultural lives....
Manolos, marriage, and Mantras: chick-lit criticism and transnational feminism.(Movie review)(Company overview)
September 22, 2008... Abstract Critical readings of "chick lit" are typically limited to a framework that understands the popular fiction genre as a sign or symptom of "postfeminism" in the U.S. In its readings of chick lit in general, and of South Asian American chick lit as a particular women of color...