Karachi, ‘First Worlds,’ and the spaces in between

In Gloria J. Wilson, Joni Boyd Acuff & Amelia M. Kraehe (eds.), A Love Letter to This Bridge Called My Back. University of Arizona Press. pp. 104-110 (2022)
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This essay is a conversation between two South Asian Muslim sisters both of whom are feminist academics of color, where one immigrated to the United States and the other, a decade apart, to United Kingdom. The aim of this essay is to examine the ways in which white supremacist structures influenced and molded our personal journeys as well as how our narratives are deeply entangled within broader conversations around patriarchy, neo-liberal feminism, and anti-Muslim racism.



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