Resisting State Violence: Radicalicism, Gender, and Race in U.S. Culture

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U of Minnesota Press, 1996 - Minority women - 265 pages
 

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Introduction
3
1 Erasing the Spectacle of Racialized State Violence
24
Genocide Discrimination and Human Rights
44
Colonial Hangovers US Policies at Home and Abroad
61
The US Invasion of Panama
63
Cuba as American Obsession
84
Japanese and African American Women in the States Household
106
Cultural Politics Black Women and Sexual Violence
123
Antiviolence Organizing and Interracial Rape
154
Teaching Community and Political Activism
169
9 Discredited Knowledge in the Nonfiction of Toni Morrison
171
10 Teaching Intersections and the Integration of Multiculturalism
189
Reading the Autobiographies of Native and African American Women Activists
204
Conclusion United Nations Conventions Antiracist Feminisms and Coalition Politics
227
Notes
245
Index
259

6 Anita Hill Clarence Thomas and Gender Abstractions
125
Prosecutorial Performances and Racialized Representations of Sexual Violence
133

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