マット・マクゴリーのインスタグラム(mattmcgorry) - 7月25日 04時13分


"Color Of Violence: The INCITE! Anthology" edited by INCITE! Women of Color Against Violence
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This may not be a beginner's book...But for those with a solid foundation in feminism, I feel that it offers really important perspectives from a wide range of people of different identities and from different communities. This anthology is definitely intersectionality in action, uplifting the struggles of women and trans people of color and broadening the framework of what we are up against in the fight for liberation of all people.
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For those that may be interested in feminism but not necessarily aware of the impact of imperialism, capitalism, and colonialism on how we prevent violence against women, this book will offer great insight. I definitely came away with knowledge that I didn't have before.
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CW: "The violence of nuclearization and militarization has included nuclear testing in the Marshall Islands, where more than sixty bombs have been detonated. We must all remember that the world's first hydrogen bomb was tested on Bikini Island. The force of this weapon of desruction was one thousand times stronger than the Hiroshima bomb. Marshall Islanders were used as guinea pigs to test the effects of contamination. They were not told of the bomb's effects nor were they removed before testing. Predictably, cancer is now widespread among the Marshallese. They have one of the highest rates of severely deformed children, including "jellyfish babies" who have no heads, arms, legs, or human shape...Such babies are not only born on islands declared radioactive by the Americans, but on all atolls and five major islands in the Marshall's archipelago."
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"Attacks on our sexual and reproductive systems are among the most pervasive types of medical violence against women of color. From the 1930s to the 1960s, close to one half of Puerto Rican women of childbearing age were sterilized without their informed consent...while at the same time multinational corporations had relocated the garment industry to Puerto Rico, which heightened the need for female "unattached" (childless) workers."
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