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The Resource Shout out : women of color respond to violence, edited by Maria Ochoa and Barbara K. Ige

Shout out : women of color respond to violence, edited by Maria Ochoa and Barbara K. Ige

Label
Shout out : women of color respond to violence
Title
Shout out
Title remainder
women of color respond to violence
Statement of responsibility
edited by Maria Ochoa and Barbara K. Ige
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
362.82/920820973
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
HV6250.4.W65
LC item number
S534 2007
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1950-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Ochoa, Maria
  • Ige, Barbara K
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Minority women
  • Minority women
  • Family violence
  • Rape
  • Violent crimes
Label
Shout out : women of color respond to violence, edited by Maria Ochoa and Barbara K. Ige
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 378-397)
Contents
Image: count down / Adrianne Shown Deveney -- Introduction: hopeful insistence, informed resistance / Maria Ochoa and Barbara K. Ige -- Ch. 1. Strength in the service of vision -- Image: Sarah's family / Keina Davis-Elswick -- "What Is It About the Walls?" a summary report of African American women's experiences of domestic violence in Lincoln, Nebraska / Venita Kelley -- Sixteen / Aya de Leon -- After violation in a most vicious way / Teresa Pedrizco Romero -- Evolution of domestic violence and reform efforts across indian country / Victoria Lucia Ybanez -- Maybelline war paint / Deidra Suwanee Dees -- Voices of the pioneers: the origin of the South Asian domestic violence movement in the United States / Lakshmy Parameswaran -- Prevalence of domestic violence in Afghan households / Hosai Ehsan -- Ch. 2. Articulating a global ethic -- Image: pushing the borders / Anida Yoeu Ali -- What's in a name? / Anida Yoeu Ali -- Spirits in traffic: transient community formation in opposition to forced victimization / Elena Shih -- Culture and truth: learning from a transatlantic trafficking case / Nalini Shekar and Mukta Sharangpani -- Selective storytelling: a critique of U.S. media coverage regarding violence against Indian women / Sharmila Lodhia -- Salidummay / Lisa Valencia-Svensson -- Hidden transcripts: women's suicide as resistance in Sri Lanka / Nandini Gunewardena -- Not too far from here (Reflexlones de Juarez) / Jackie Joice -- Ch. 3. Speaking truth to power -- Image: Pentagon / May Chan -- Way we do things in America: rape culture and the American military / Alisa Bierria -- Rachel and Gwen / Merle Woo -- Kanaka Maoll 9-11 / Ku'ualoha Ho'omanawanui -- War story / Sham-e-Ali al-Jamil -- Competing masculinities: probing political disputes as acts of violence against women from Southern Sudan and Darfur / Rogaia Mustafa Abusharaf -- Layered violence, imperialism, occupation, and religious fundamentalism: the cases of Afghanistan and palestine / Shahin Gerami -- Why speak of femicide? / Ana Silvia Monzon -- We know violence / Lucia Moran -- Rufina Amaya: remembering El Mozote / Ana Patricia Rodriguez -- "Comfort women" want justice, not comfort / Dai Sil Kim-Gibson -- House of sharing/comfort women / Ishle Yi Park -- Ch. 4. Messages of pain -- Image: colonization and rape / Darrell Ann Gane-McCalia -- State of rage / Aishah Shahidah Simmons -- Maintaining the casualties of silence: "for the good of the community" / Barbara K. Ige -- Invocation / Janice Mirikitani -- When I lived by the river / Janice Gould -- Fire / Sharline Chiang -- Three curses / Yvonne S. Lee -- Rape of an obstinate woman: Frantz Fanon's wretched of the earth / Tiffany Willoughby-Herard -- "I will do a deed for freedom": enslaved women, proslavery theorists, and the contested discourse of Black womanhood / Alexandra Cornelius-Diallo -- Ch. 5. Defining a principled peace -- Image: homenaje a Francesca Woodman / Consuelo Mendez -- Chinaman in Brooklyn / Y.K. Hong -- In our own words: what the YWAT is all about / Rogers Park Young Women's Action Team -- Using poetry to reduce shame / Leticia Manzano and Deborah Okrina -- So / Barbara K. Ige -- Spitting images ... or luck, accident, and truth: breaking the cycle of domestic violence / Teresia Teaiwa -- Morning star children / Suzan Shown Harjo -- "No fault": a story of personal pain and healing / Akasha Hull -- My story / Lily Yeh -- Remember her name / Maria Ochoa -- Image: daily mask / Blue Wade
Control code
ocn156811274
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xiv, 415 p.
Isbn
9781580052290
Lccn
2007032582
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)156811274
Label
Shout out : women of color respond to violence, edited by Maria Ochoa and Barbara K. Ige
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 378-397)
Contents
Image: count down / Adrianne Shown Deveney -- Introduction: hopeful insistence, informed resistance / Maria Ochoa and Barbara K. Ige -- Ch. 1. Strength in the service of vision -- Image: Sarah's family / Keina Davis-Elswick -- "What Is It About the Walls?" a summary report of African American women's experiences of domestic violence in Lincoln, Nebraska / Venita Kelley -- Sixteen / Aya de Leon -- After violation in a most vicious way / Teresa Pedrizco Romero -- Evolution of domestic violence and reform efforts across indian country / Victoria Lucia Ybanez -- Maybelline war paint / Deidra Suwanee Dees -- Voices of the pioneers: the origin of the South Asian domestic violence movement in the United States / Lakshmy Parameswaran -- Prevalence of domestic violence in Afghan households / Hosai Ehsan -- Ch. 2. Articulating a global ethic -- Image: pushing the borders / Anida Yoeu Ali -- What's in a name? / Anida Yoeu Ali -- Spirits in traffic: transient community formation in opposition to forced victimization / Elena Shih -- Culture and truth: learning from a transatlantic trafficking case / Nalini Shekar and Mukta Sharangpani -- Selective storytelling: a critique of U.S. media coverage regarding violence against Indian women / Sharmila Lodhia -- Salidummay / Lisa Valencia-Svensson -- Hidden transcripts: women's suicide as resistance in Sri Lanka / Nandini Gunewardena -- Not too far from here (Reflexlones de Juarez) / Jackie Joice -- Ch. 3. Speaking truth to power -- Image: Pentagon / May Chan -- Way we do things in America: rape culture and the American military / Alisa Bierria -- Rachel and Gwen / Merle Woo -- Kanaka Maoll 9-11 / Ku'ualoha Ho'omanawanui -- War story / Sham-e-Ali al-Jamil -- Competing masculinities: probing political disputes as acts of violence against women from Southern Sudan and Darfur / Rogaia Mustafa Abusharaf -- Layered violence, imperialism, occupation, and religious fundamentalism: the cases of Afghanistan and palestine / Shahin Gerami -- Why speak of femicide? / Ana Silvia Monzon -- We know violence / Lucia Moran -- Rufina Amaya: remembering El Mozote / Ana Patricia Rodriguez -- "Comfort women" want justice, not comfort / Dai Sil Kim-Gibson -- House of sharing/comfort women / Ishle Yi Park -- Ch. 4. Messages of pain -- Image: colonization and rape / Darrell Ann Gane-McCalia -- State of rage / Aishah Shahidah Simmons -- Maintaining the casualties of silence: "for the good of the community" / Barbara K. Ige -- Invocation / Janice Mirikitani -- When I lived by the river / Janice Gould -- Fire / Sharline Chiang -- Three curses / Yvonne S. Lee -- Rape of an obstinate woman: Frantz Fanon's wretched of the earth / Tiffany Willoughby-Herard -- "I will do a deed for freedom": enslaved women, proslavery theorists, and the contested discourse of Black womanhood / Alexandra Cornelius-Diallo -- Ch. 5. Defining a principled peace -- Image: homenaje a Francesca Woodman / Consuelo Mendez -- Chinaman in Brooklyn / Y.K. Hong -- In our own words: what the YWAT is all about / Rogers Park Young Women's Action Team -- Using poetry to reduce shame / Leticia Manzano and Deborah Okrina -- So / Barbara K. Ige -- Spitting images ... or luck, accident, and truth: breaking the cycle of domestic violence / Teresia Teaiwa -- Morning star children / Suzan Shown Harjo -- "No fault": a story of personal pain and healing / Akasha Hull -- My story / Lily Yeh -- Remember her name / Maria Ochoa -- Image: daily mask / Blue Wade
Control code
ocn156811274
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xiv, 415 p.
Isbn
9781580052290
Lccn
2007032582
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)156811274

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