Please take a look and consider using this in your courses, etc.Â Renee Saucedo’s piece on immigration enforcement violence against migrant women, Sylvanna Falcon’s piece on border violence against women (she introduces the term “militarized border rape,”) and Rosa Linda Fregoso’s piece on Juarez would add substantially to the discussion of gender, patriarchy and the role of the state in considering violence against Latinas, especially vis a vis the migrant experience for Latinas.Â There are also several pieces by Latinas documenting and recommending strategies for movement building and organizing on the ground, including pieces from Elizabeth “Betita” Martinez, Sista to Sista in New York and (CARA) Communities Against Rape and Abuse in Seattle and much more!
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The INCITE! Anthology
Incite! Women of Color Against Violence
Pages: 336Â (paper)
Release Date: 2006-10-10
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