#CHST404 Chicana Feminisms Tweets 1/30/12

Twitter thoughts discussing Maylei Blackwell, Chapter Two ¡Chicana Power! (43-90)

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#CHST404 Chicana Feminisms Tweets 2/25/12

Twitter thoughts discussing Anna NietoGomez, “Chicana Print Culture and Chicana Studies: A Testimony to the Development of Chicana Feminist Culture” (from A Critical Reader: Chicana Feminisms, 90-96)

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#CHST404 Chicana/o Tweets 2/25/12

Today we’re continuing our discussion of Maylei Blackwell’s book, ¡Chicana Power!: Contested Histories of Feminism in the Chicano Movement.  Here are some class tweets based on readings of Chapter 1:

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