Towards an Explicit, Intentional and Widely Expanded Black Feminist Vision

Towards an Explicit, Intentional and Widely Expanded Black Feminist Vision Author: Farah Tanis I developed this document in the Fall of 2012. Right around the time I was, as I usually am, consumed with writing, editing, producing Mother Tongue Monologues which that year, was not only to focus on the issue of rape and historicalContinue reading “Towards an Explicit, Intentional and Widely Expanded Black Feminist Vision”

Thoughts of My Father: On Forgiveness, Transformative Justice and Black Feminism

Previously Published in The Feminist Wire June 28, 2013 Author: Farah Tanis In this country and throughout slave colonies in the Caribbean, South and Central America and Africa, drivers were those Black slaves whom with overseer status, solidified and affirmed by the whip in their hands, insured the continued enslavement of others around them. WhenContinue reading “Thoughts of My Father: On Forgiveness, Transformative Justice and Black Feminism”