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By Cherríe L. Moraga
Thirty years after the book of Anzaldúa and Moraga’s assortment This Bridge known as My Back, a landmark of women-of-color feminism, Moraga’s literary and political praxis is still prompted through and intertwined with indigenous spirituality and her identification as Chicana lesbian. but features of her pondering have replaced over the years. A Xicana Codex of adjusting Consciousness finds key changes in Moraga’s suggestion; the breadth, rigor, and philosophical intensity of her paintings; her perspectives on modern debates approximately citizenship, immigration, and homosexual marriage; and her deepening involvement in transnational feminist and indigenous activism. it's a significant assertion from certainly one of our most vital public intellectuals.
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It is not the single nor necessarily the most effective weapon I carry, but since lifted, it has 35 36 an irrevoCaBLe ProMise impacted all the genres I endeavor, as well as my role as an educator. I came upon theater organically, out of the spoken voice of my first truly fictional character. 1 To say my work emerged from the oral tradition of my MeXicanismo is to tell you a simple truth: that my writings have always had bodies and as such are best rendered through the physical space of staging, even if that staging is no more than my body speaking aloud behind a lectern.
My momma is not a housewife. She is queer and writes books, and wants something more for herself and us. Something more than careers and portfolios and mortgages. And what I want is enough for all of us for now. I am wondering what is happening in my middle age. I have changed. I have less hope, it seems, a deepening sadness accompanied by a growing wakefulness. I refer to my son as I do because I know this is a fleeting moment of well-being, extended in his blessed childhood, where he is awake and full of hope, which propels him forward into his life like the gestating hormones of his sister.
Ultimately, our politic remains beholden to it. To her. no Longe r y o u n g Reflecting on the twenty-year passage of time since the first edition of This Bridge Called My Back, I wanted to write what was never told to me as a young woman: that one’s world and the possibilities for it—be it a change of heart or a change of address—look very different when one is no longer young. I am no longer young. Neither am I old, but soon enough old age will come, as the fragile eighty-seven years of my mother constantly remind me.
A Xicana Codex of Changing Consciousness: Writings, 2000–2010 by Cherríe L. Moraga