This Bridge We Call Home: Radical Visions for TransformationAnaLouise Keating
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“Reading ”this bridge we call home, which has more than 80 contributors, is like attending a late-night party with every noteworthy activist, professor, and artist you've ever met. The lives out its subtitle; it's hard to walk away from reading it without feeling changed.“-”Bitch, Winter 2003 “Readers interested in feminism and multiculturalism will appreciate the variety of contributors and viewpoints.”-“Booklist, September 15, 2002 ”“this bridge we call home is a book that, like its predecessor, turns our ideas upside down, revisits the battlegrounds of identity politics, and pushes us to ask hard questions about ourselves and our communities....Anzaldua and Keating have created a daring collection.”-Daisy Hernandez, coeditor, "Colonize This! Young Women of Color on Today's Feminism "From shouldering the traumas and dramas of life in the most powerful country in the world, the U.S., toward the creation of a different world—a sort of us/then and us/now—“this bridge we call home is a step in gathering up and documenting our best thoughts about collected, difficult experiences. Diversity, difference, underlying pain, and gain, are revealed, spoken, and still, as in an earlier ”bridge, with a hope about speaking with the mainstream, the malestream, as well as the many more outside of either. An accomplishment, a brave, collaborative model for understanding the importance of both collected and collective experience."-Deena J. Gonzalez, Chair, Dept. of Chicana/o Studies, Loyola Marymount Univ., Los Angeles and author of “Refusing the Favor: The Spanish-Mexican Women of Santa Fe, 1820-1880 ”If you're ready for some serious fare by some of the best women ofcolor writers working today, this is a collection for you.“-”Curve, April 2003