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A Feminist Approach to Decolonizing Anti-Racism : Rethinking Transnationalism , Intersectionality , and Settler Colonialism

  title={A Feminist Approach to Decolonizing Anti-Racism : Rethinking Transnationalism , Intersectionality , and Settler Colonialism},
  author={Nandita Rani Sharma and Cynthia Wright},
In this paper, I consider three organizing concepts that prompt challenges to decolonizing anti-racist feminism: intersectionality raises questions about how far this lens can go beyond identity and left-liberal discourse to address issues of class inequity; transnationalism prompts issues about whether the nation is a site of liberation or oppression; and settler colonialism raises questions about how best to navigate power differentials within the margins. By putting feminist, critical race… 
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  • Political Science
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  • 2018
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