Which conditions make the white women’s liberation movement completely irrelevant to the Black struggle?

1) According to Frances Beale (1970), which conditions make the white women’s liberation movement completely irrelevant to the Black struggle? What is her proposed solution?

2) Kimberly Crenshaw introduces intersectionality as a better alternative to the identity based politics. What is the difference between the two and why do you think intersectionality might be more suitable for a feminist agenda?

3) Please evaluate on what Gloria Anzaldua means in the following quotation regarding her theory of mestiza consciousness. “La mestiza has gone from being the sacrificial goat to becoming the officiating priestess at the crossroads.” (Pg. 80)

4) What according to Audre Lorde (1984), is the significance of the erotic as power? Why is it suppressed in the society and what might happen if it is liberated?

 

 

 

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