WSTA03H3 Lecture 4: WSTA03H3 MULTIRACIAL MULTIETHNIC FEMINISM LECTURE 4.docx

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Politics: redistribution of privilege equal access to education, good jobs, and political power, recognition knowledge production that reflects the subordinate group"s perspectives, revaluation of the cultural productions by women of varied racial and ethnic heritages. Critique: traditional patriarchal racial and ethnic cultures may create additional oppression for women of the group, women"s independence and assertiveness may threaten their men"s ego and sense of masculinity, competing racial, ethnic, and gender identities can undermine feminist consciousness and political activism. Contributions: the concept of a matrix of domination, the combined effects of racial, ethnic, social class, and gender discrimination, a complex politics of identity that includes but does not necessarily foreground gender, making multiple racial and ethnic viewpoints visible in the production of knowledge and culture through the critical perspective of the outsider within, womanist culture, theology, and ethics that counters multiracial/multiethnic men"s dominance with women"s art, liturgy, rituals, and nurturant ethical practices.

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