Names We Call Home is a ground-breaking collection of essays which articulate the dynamics of racial identity in contemporary society. The first volume of its kind, Names We Call Home offers autobiographical essays, poetry, and interviews to highlight the historical, social, and cultural influences that inform racial identity and make possible resistance to myriad forms of injustice. Topics covered include: border politics and living; the legacy of post- colonialism; internal colonization; lesbian and gay identity; and the costs of acculturation and childhood trauma.
Authors include: Angela Davis, June Jordan, Ruth Frankenberg, Cherríe Moraga, David Wellman and others.
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