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This Bridge Called My Back: Writings by Radical Women of Color Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

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Topics for Discussion

In what ways do you think the Third World Women's Movement has succeeded in the years since this book's publication? Where do you still see the need for improvement?

Which stories most surprised you as you read about the experiences of different cultures in America? What did you find the most surprising?

Discuss the idea of white men as colonizers of everyone around them. Do you agree or disagree? Defend your answer.

Describe the ways in which lesbianism might change one's perspective on feminism.

Do you particularly identify with any piece in particular? Describe the similarities if your experience to that of the writer.

Is there any particular group you perceive has been left behind in the struggle for equality in America? Explain.

In what ways do you expect race relations could change as a result of America's now having a black president? Do you think those...

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This section contains 149 words
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