Fay Chiang is a writer, artist and community/cultural activist living and working in Chinatown and the Lower East Side of New York City for the past four decades. Raised in the backroom of a laundry in Queens by immigrant parents from Guandong, China, she writes from her experiences as a woman of color from the working class. She believes culture is a psychological weapon to reclaim our past, define our present and to envision possibilities for our future; that the development of culture is an integral part of progressive social change and social justice movements.
'. . .through her words we feel the crackle and pain of being othered. . . .' states John Kuo Wei Tchen of New York University and the Museum of Chinese in America
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|Marca||YBK Publishers POD|
|Ano da edição||2010|
|Número de Páginas||160|