Found: Chicana Feminism (2007)

Amana Nolacea Harris writes:

“I aim to provide the necessary elements and tools for a more complete and functional definition of patriarchy that demonstrates how both the Chicano Movement and Second Wave Feminism are addressing different faces of the same power structure. The exploration of this redefinition facilitates an unfragmented approach to the understanding of Chicana feminism and feminism from dominated cultures in general, and in turn restores the possibility of an unfragmented subjectivity….”

Read the rest at Rhizomes.

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