In my latest article, I work through my tension with being asked to explain the need to decentre whiteness to those who consistently use feminism (and intersectionality) to maintain logics of white supremacy.
Tag: white feminism
Talk given on 30th July 2016 at Living Islam Festival This conversation has to begin by discussing the way hijabis and niqabis as ‘Visibly Muslim’ women have become central objects of Islamophobic language and action. There is a particularly frustrating white feminist desire to “unveil” and “free” the Muslim woman. Other than the weapons of … Continue reading Is feminism a white movement?