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This Bridge Called My Back by Cherríe L. Moraga
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it was amazing
bookshelves: black-authors-and-black-history, latinx-authors-and-latinx-history, indigenous-history, womens-history, sexuality, resistance
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Even the revised and updated 2002 version is hard to find, but I would encourage everyone to seek out a copy of this book because the strength, fire and passion of the writing is not to be missed. Everything these women write is still pertinent today - about the intersectionality of oppressions, the racism in the white feminist movement, the crucial need for solidarity across race, class, and gender lines . . . . I think this book should be required reading in all women's studies classes.
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June 13, 2007 – Shelved
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July 1, 2007 – Finished Reading
July 27, 2007 – Shelved as: black-authors-and-black-history
July 27, 2007 – Shelved as: latinx-authors-and-latinx-history
July 27, 2007 – Shelved as: indigenous-history
July 27, 2007 – Shelved as: womens-history
July 27, 2007 – Shelved as: sexuality
July 27, 2007 – Shelved as: resistance

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Beth Bouloukos Just so everyone knows, there is a new edition that came out with SUNY Press!


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