This Bridge Called My Back: Writings by Radical Women of Color Character Descriptions

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Gloria Anzaldua - This person is a Chicano writer and one of the editors of the book, who writes about the value of the Third-World feminine voice and the importance of writing both for the sake of crystallizing one's own perspective on the world and to motivate and encourage other women in their own journeys.

Cherrie Moraga - This author writes from the perspective of a lesbian living in Boston. This author is responsible for writing "La Guera."

Toni Cade Bambara - This person is a novelist who writes the Forward to the book. This novelist's voice largely serves as an admirer and supporter of the writers and activists whose work will comprise the book.

Donna Kate Rushkin - This poet's work "The Bridge Poem" is included in the book's introduction.

Nellie Wong - This author penned the poem entitled "When I was Growing Up" about being...

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