Three Asian American Writers Speak Out on Feminism
Radical Women Publications, Jan 1, 2003 - Social Science - 47 pages
Cultural Writing. Asian American studies. "I had supposed that I was practicing passive resistance to stereotyping, but it was so passive no one noticed I was resisting. To finally recognize our own invisibility is to finally be on the path toward visibility. Invisibility is not a natural state for anyone"-from 3 ASIAN AMERICAN WRITERS SPEAK OUT ON FEMINISM.
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