MAKERS Moment

Feminist Theory VS. Practice

Moraga on how the anthology of women in color writers she co-edited, "This Bridge Called My Back," encourages readers to practice what they preach.

Tags: the women's movement, gay rights, making change

Defending Who I Was Defending Who I Was
Cherríe Moraga
Tracking Down Judy Grahn Tracking Down Judy Grahn
Cherríe Moraga
The Bravest Thing I've Ever Done The Bravest Thing I've Ever Done
Cherríe Moraga
More Risk, More Courage More Risk, More Courage
Cherríe Moraga
Chicana and Lesbian in the Same Sentence Chicana and Lesbian in the Same Sentence
Cherríe Moraga
1st Generation Writer 1st Generation Writer
Cherríe Moraga
Going Home to Find Own Voice Going Home to Find Own Voice
Cherríe Moraga
The Most Radical in Her Family The Most Radical in Her Family
Cherríe Moraga
"You're Not Really Mexican, Are You?" "You're Not Really Mexican, Are You?"
Cherríe Moraga
"Queer" "Queer"
Cherríe Moraga
Children and Art Children and Art
Cherríe Moraga
A Diary of Characters A Diary of Characters
Cherríe Moraga
Becoming a Playwright Becoming a Playwright
Cherríe Moraga