REJOINDER ISSUE 4: SPRING 2019

Me Too

 

Rosemary Meza-DesPlas, What You Whispered, Should be Screamed (image)
 Rosemary Meza-DesPlas, What You Whispered, Should be Screamed.
34" x 36" x 4". Hand-sewn human hair on black twill fabric (gray hair of the artist)
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© Rosemary Meza-DesPlas, 2018. Courtesy of the artist. Click to enlarge.


IN THIS ISSUE:

About the "Me Too" Issue

Zakiya Adair Ain't I A Woman? Race, Gender, and the Me Too Movement
LaShawnda Lindsay-Dennis, Linda M. Williams, and Judith Jackson-Pomeroy #metoo: Sexual Violence, Race, and Black Girls Matter
Rosemary Meza-DesPlas What You Whispered, Should be Screamed (cover art) and Slow Burn

Janet Braun-Reinitz IngresDegas, and Titian (From the Painted Ladies Speak Series)
Michelle Warren Sexual Violence and #metoo: Josefina López takes on Bill Cosby in Drunk Girl
Eva Velasco #sinoessiesno (¡Hermana, aquí está tu manada!)

Katrina Majkut Sabre Drink Test Kit, American Brass Knuckles, and Pepper Spray (From the In Whose Defense? Series)
Vanita Reddy and Chaitanya Lakkimsetti Feminine Vulnerability and Toxic Masculinity: A Comparative Feminist Analysis of Me Too in India and the US
Kristina Fennelly Exploring the Ethical and Pedagogical Value of the #metoo Movement

Linda Bond Qualifications and Reckless (From the Justice Series)

About the Contributors

 

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