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NYC Feministas! Come learn, laugh and participate in the I’m Feminist Enough project THIS Saturday 3/24 at the Women of Power Conference - A New Spelling of My Name: Black & Latina Feminism Today
I will be detailing the project AND filming new manifestos in time for the re-launch of the Feminist Enough platform. If you want your voice included, this is the perfect opportunity! See you there! Info below.
Originally published in the anthology ‘This Bridge Called My Back’ in 1983, this poem by Kate Rushin (above) has inspired thousands of women of color worldwide to establish their own feminist roots:
I’ve had enough
I’m sick of seeing and touching
Both sides of things
Sick of being the damn bridge for everybody
Can talk to anybody
I explain my mother to my father
my father to my little sister
My little sister to my brother
my brother to the white feminists
The white feminists to the Black church folks
the Black church folks to the ex-hippies
the ex-hippies to the Black separatists
the Black separatists to the artists
the artists to my friends’ parents…
I’ve got to explain myself