Women of Color Feminists Talk Revolution One of the most important uniting factors of Cherríe Moraga’s, Francis Beale’s, and Anna Nieto Gomez’s visions of a Woman of Color feminist movement or revolution is the recognition that each person embodies and negotiates multiple identities within their sense of self. As such, people can be multiply oppressed and marginalized, or in contrast supported and validated by society in various ways, depending on their self-identities and how they are perceived in our culture. Each of these feminist Women of Color activists describes the most culturally-accepted and celebrated identities in order to contrast them with those identities that are oppressed via simultaneous racist and sexist attitudes and...The end:
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