Engendering Colonialism: The Effect of 100 Years of U.S. Colonialism on Women in Hawaiʻi, Puerto Rico, Cuba and the Philippines. | Left Wing Books

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Engendering Colonialism: The Effect of 100 Years of U.S. Colonialism on Women in Hawaiʻi, Puerto Rico, Cuba and the Philippines.

Format: 
VHS videotape
Size: 
40 minutes
Price: $20.00 (USD)

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An educational history created by the Prairie Fire Organizing Committee. We live in a world where both old and new forms of U.S. colonialism co-exist, and both depend on the exploitation of women. Locating the origins of U.S. colonialism in the theft of Native American lands by European settlers and the conquest of northern Mexico in 1848, it goes on to examine the effect on U.S. expansionism on women, and how women are resisting the effects of colonialism.