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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. "We are women from all kinds of ____________________ streets." This statement is taken from Moraga's "Introduction and Children Passing in the Streets: The Roots of Our Radicalism."
(a) Violent.
(b) Mixed.
(c) Determined.
(d) Childhood.

2. What is Latin American culture dominated by as related in "But I know You, American Woman"?
(a) European culture.
(b) American mass culture.
(c) Spanish culture.
(d) Native American culture.

3. What must one do to become visible, according to "Invisibility is an Unnatural Disaster: Reflections of an Asian American Woman"?
(a) Succeed in the face of society.
(b) Trust in ourselves.
(c) Refuse to separate the actor from thier actions.
(d) Be honored by our culture.

4. What does the narrator in "Wonder Woman" wonder about the professor's wife?
(a) If she is an alcholic.
(b) If she is happy.
(c) If she is afraid.
(d) If she is content.

5. Who wrote "Invisibility is an Unnatural Disaster: Reflections of an Asian American Woman"?
(a) Mitsuye Yamada.
(b) Theresa Hak Kyung Cha.
(c) Wendy Law-Yone.
(d) Gish Jen.

Short Answer Questions

1. When was "La Guera" written?

2. Who wrote "Wonder Woman"?

3. According to Doris Davenport, what is the cause of racism in white feminists?

4. According to the introduction, for whom do Third World women put themselves on the line for?

5. According to the introduction of "And When you Leave, Take Your Pictures with You: Racism in the Women's Movement," women of color are veterans of____________.

Short Essay Questions

1. How did Mitsuye Yamada say that Asian Pacific American women could make themselves more visible?

2. What were Cherrie Moraga's and Gloria Anzaldua's hopes for the book?

3. Name three of the problems that Doris Davenport named as part of the problem within the feminist movement?

4. What questions did Anita Valerio discuss regarding the holy woman?

5. According to Emma Goldman from Cherrie Moraga's "La Guera," how must one gain a philosophy from any event?

6. Why did Doris Davenport state that racist white feminists were powerless, spineless, and invisible?

7. What did Cherrie Moraga ask Aurora Levins Morales to write about, and what did Morales choose to write about?

8. What did Cherrie Moraga state that she learned when she attended a concert where Ntosake Shange was reading?

9. What does the first section of the book speak about?

10. What is the common theme that all of the writings from the section titled "Introduction and Children Passing in the Streets: The Roots of Our Radicalism" have in common?

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