Topic: women of colour


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An Immigrant Woman’s Message to White Feminists

We immigrant women of colour struggle to breathe, and to be empowered, to be given a voice and space in left-wing platforms like alternative ... [ more ]

We immigrant women of colour struggle to breathe, and to be empowered, to be ... [ more ]

We immigrant women of colour struggle to breathe, and to be empowered, to be given a voice and space ... [ more ]

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Reading Asian Women Writers: The Bird by Oh Jung-Hee

Invisibility is the theme for this month’s book. Invisible, because I am ashamed to admit that Korean female writers were invisible to me, and ... [ more ]

Invisibility is the theme for this month’s book. Invisible, because I am ashamed to ... [ more ]

Invisibility is the theme for this month’s book. Invisible, because I am ashamed to admit that Korean female writers ... [ more ]

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FFFF: “Royals” Parody about Typecasting Women of Colour

Actress Tess Paras brings us this parody of Lorde’s “Royals” that calls out the typecasting of women of colour in Hollywood. Read the full ... [ more ]

Actress Tess Paras brings us this parody of Lorde’s “Royals” that calls out the ... [ more ]

Actress Tess Paras brings us this parody of Lorde’s “Royals” that calls out the typecasting of women of colour ... [ more ]

Coming Together to Make Media from the Margins

by Jarrah Hodge Often as feminists and social justice activists we find ourselves challenged by the mainstream media. It doesn’t seem to represent our ... [ more ]

by Jarrah Hodge Often as feminists and social justice activists we find ourselves challenged ... [ more ]

by Jarrah Hodge Often as feminists and social justice activists we find ourselves challenged by the mainstream media. It ... [ more ]

Summer 2012 Book List

by Jarrah Hodge What’s that you say? Summer’s over? That explains why this book list is a little long. Let me know what you’re ... [ more ]

by Jarrah Hodge What’s that you say? Summer’s over? That explains why this book ... [ more ]

by Jarrah Hodge What’s that you say? Summer’s over? That explains why this book list is a little long. ... [ more ]

Indigenous and Women of Colour Media Makers Resist!

4th post as part of  Joanna Chiu‘s series of posts for Vancouver’s Battered Women’s Support Services on media representations of violence against women in recognition ... [ more ]

4th post as part of  Joanna Chiu‘s series of posts for Vancouver’s Battered Women’s Support ... [ more ]

4th post as part of  Joanna Chiu‘s series of posts for Vancouver’s Battered Women’s Support Services on media representations of ... [ more ]