This Bridge Called My Back: Knowledge, Consciousness, and the Politics of Empowerment by Cherrie Moraga and Gloria Anzaldúa

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This Bridge Called My Back, Fourth Edition: Writings by Radical Women of Color by Cherrie Moraga

WOC feminists like Audre Lorde, Cherrie Moraga, and Barbara Smith bring queer and racial politics to a white-dominated movement. The white supremacy in mainstream feminism was finally called out, yet the legacy lives on.

Economically disadvantaged white people have the hardest time accepting that they have white privilege, but they do.

Cherrie L. Moraga is playwright, poet, and essayist whose plays and publications have received national recognition, including a TCG Theatre Artist Residency Grant, a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship for playwriting, and two Fund for New American Plays Awards. In 2007, she was awarded the United States Artist Rockefeller Fellowship for Literature.

Cherrie Moraga is a Chicana feminist playwright, essayist and radical activist. She writes in Spanish and English. Some of her many interesting topics are Mexican-style patriarchy and immigration.

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This Bridge Called My Back: Writings by Radical Women of Color, edited by Cherrie Moraga & Gloria Anzaldúa

“Fundamentally, I started writing to save my life. Yes, my own life first. I see the same impulse in my students-the dark, the queer, the mixed-blood, the violated-turning to the written page with a relentless passion, a drive to avenge their own silence, invisibility, and erasure as living, innately expressive human beings.”  ― Cherrie Moraga

“Fundamentally, I started writing to save my life. Yes, my own life first. I see the same impulse in my students-the dark, the queer, the mixed-blood, the violated-turning to the written page with a relentless passion, a drive to avenge their own silence, invisibility, and erasure as living, innately expressive human beings.” ― Cherrie Moraga

Cherrie Moraga, writer/poet/activist/playwright

Cherrie Moraga, writer/poet/activist/playwright

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Loving in the War Years - Cherrie Moraga

Cherríe Moraga ~ Loving in the War Years.

The Hungry Woman: A Mexican Medea by Cherrie Moraga

The Hungry Woman: A Mexican Medea and Heart of the Earth: A Popul Vuh Story

The Hungry Woman: A Mexican Medea by Cherrie Moraga

New Century College | Events: Fall for the Book Event: Cherrie Moraga and Celia Herrera Rodriguez

A Xicana Codex of Changing Consciousness: Writings, 2000 – 2010

This Bridge Called My Back by Cherrie Moraga

Why is this out of print and a trillion dollars? Maybe do photo copies? This Bridge Called My Back: Writings by Radical Women of Color

Barbara Smith, a member of the black feminist organization the Combahee River Collective along with Beverly Smith & Denita Frazier. She co-founded with Audre Lorde & Cherrie Moraga the Kitchen Table: Women of Color Press. Editor of Home Girls: A Black Feminist Anthology and co-edited All the Women are White, All the Men are Black, But Some of Us Are Brave.

Barbara Smith, a member of the black feminist organization the Combahee River Collective along with Beverly Smith & Denita Frazier. She co-founded with Audre Lorde & Cherrie Moraga the Kitchen Table: Women of Color Press. Editor of Home Girls: A Black Feminist Anthology and co-edited All the Women are White, All the Men are Black, But Some of Us Are Brave.

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