Whiteness matters : implications of talking up to the white woman
Moreton-Robinson, Aileen M. (2006) Whiteness matters : implications of talking up to the white woman. Australian Feminist Studies, 21(50), pp. 245-256.
The author examines the responses to her book "Talkin' up to the White Woman: Indigenous Women and Feminism." She analyzes the nine out of almost 30 reviews written about her book which talks about power relations between white feminists and indigenous women. Larissa Behrendt, Anne Marshall and Huanani-Kay Trask were among those who reviewed the said book.
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