This is the central cultural focal point for Chicano and Chicana culture.
United States of America
This is where Moraga lives and she is rather critical of the country and its politics and does not believe it lives up to its ideals.
Moraga embraced her Chicano heritage when she became a lesbian but realized that this was not without flaws.
Moraga was raised in this religion but left the church in her early adulthood, largely because of how horribly it made her feel about her sexuality.
This represents the less polished forms of communication that Moraga learned from her nearly illiterate mother.
Moraga is critical of this because it focuses on women's issues only from the perspective of white, upper-class women.
Moraga is more easily able to relate to this movement because, like Chicanas, black women have endured oppression...
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