By AnaLouise Keating
Greater than 20 years after the ground-breaking anthology This Bridge known as My Back known as upon feminists to check new sorts of groups and practices, Gloria E. Anzaldúa and AnaLouise Keating have painstakingly assembled a brand new number of over 80 unique writings that provides a daring new imaginative and prescient of women-of-color attention for the twenty-first century. Written via ladies and men--both "of colour" and "white"--this bridge we name home will problem readers to reconsider present different types and invent new person and collective identities.
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