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Spring 2006
Cover: One Who Watches by Emma Amos  
V Editor's Introduction Paula Giddings Paula J. Giddings
CRITICAL EDGES  
 1 "Cruel Enough to Stop the Blood: Feminisms and the U.S. Body Politic, Or; "They Done Taken My Blues and Gone" Karla FC
 104 The Non-Performativity of Anti-Racism Sara Ahmed
CULTUREWORKS
 38 Performing the "Generic Latina": A Conversation with Teatro Luna Joanna L. Mitchell and Sobeira Latorre Azuonye
 69 Poetry: Caring for Another Woman
Laura Chakravarty Box
ESSAYS
 38 Size Matters: Figuring Gender in the (Black) Jamaican Nation Winnifred Brown-Glaude
 73 "A Shared Queerness": Colonialism, Transnationalism, and Sexuality in Shani Mootoo's Cereus Blooms at Night" Grace Kyungwon Hong
 127 On Gender, Sovereignty, andthe Discourse of Rights in Native Women's Activism (Canada circa 1980s) Joanne Barker
 162 From Triguenita to Afro-Puerto Rican: Intersections of the Racialized, Gendered, and Sexualized Body in Puerto Rico and the Mainland Maritza Quinones-Rivera
 MEMOIR
 212 Inquisitor and Insurgent: Black Woman with Pencil, Sharpened in the trenches Nikky Finney
 183 "The Tsunami's Windfall: Women and Aid Distribution" Elisabeth Brownell Armstrong
FROM THE ARCHIVES
 190 Excerpts from Voices of Feminism and Oral History Project Interview with Linda Chavez-Thompson Kathleen Banks Nutter Linda Chavez-Thompson
 220 About the Contributors  
 223 Guidelines for Contributors  
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