What we need are more humbled, self-reflective anti-imperialisms. What we cannot forget is that, as members of imperial nations, we are so intricately complicit in projects of “Othering.”
Mitsuye Yamada is a Japanese American writer, educator, and activist. Her works expose the discrimination faced by Japanese Americans during and after World War II, while tackling issues of representation and gender violence.
Patricia Hill Collins is an acclaimed social theorist known for her intersectional approach to the sociologies of feminism, Black liberation, and nationalism.