Audre Lorde: a black lesbian feminist socialist; uses poetry to address issues of “difference” such as sexism, ageism, and racism; aims to encourage oppressed members of society to stretch out and bridge the gap between the actualities of our lives and the consciousness of our oppressor Sisterhood: underlying idea that women can relate through their gender, while not undermining their ‘sisters’ experiences of race, sexuality, sex, class, gender. Relations of mutuality, co-responsibility, and common interests anchor the idea of feminist solidarity. Othermothers: often seen in black communities where a network of women/parental figures besides a child’s biological parents work together to raise the child Jardinero Masculinity: This term refers to the masculinity constructed by Mexican immigrants who are gardeners and field workers. They are intertwined with daily performance of masculinized “dirty” work in private residences. Matrix of Domination: People’s mobility in society is affected by their experiences in sexuality, gender, race and class and these elements also affect each other. Naughty by Nature: idea that “[Caucasian] boys will be boys” and when they act out in school, aggressively etc, it is expected to be a part of their nature; African American boys, however, are seen as willfully naughty Normative Institutional Arrangements: boundaries that shape social interactions and establish control over social environments. they identify social contexts whereby certain structures hold individuals more or less accountable for their treatment of others. Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act (PRWORA): This act requires that states limited cash benefit receipts to no more than 5 years in an adult recipient’s lifetime and states needed to impose 20-hour work requirements after a 2 year receipt. If there are violations of the Act, violators are susceptible to partial or full cut-offs from welfare. Fag Discourse: Boys participate in...
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