Sunday, December 30, 2007

Asian American/Pacific Island Feminists

BFP's got a post up at her site calling on Asian American/Pacific Islander women who are willing to donate 20 minutes of their time to take a survey conducted by the Rollins School of Public Health of Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. The questions pertain to sexuality, experiences of sexuality and racial identity. I'm in. You should be too, if you fit the criteria. Pinay power!

Speaking of Pinay power, Jenn is starting a great dialogue and space going at Reappropriate about APIA feminism. Hells YES is what I say to that. With ever-growing strength around Chicana and Latina feminist communities, Black and African-American fem/womanist groups, and Muslim womyn - just to name a few - it's great to see Asian American womyn standing up and saying WE ARE HERE.

I am Here.

Pinay power.


  1. Pin@y power ahoy! *does a little happy dance*

  2. I'll tell my sister! She'd like this.


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