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Time and time again, I have observed that the usual response among white women’s groups when the “racism issue” comes up is to deny the difference. I have heard comments like, “Well, we’re open to all women; why don’t they (women of color) come? You can only do so much…” But there is seldom any analysis of how the very nature and structure of the group itself may be founded on racist or classist assumptions.
Cherríe Moraga, “La Güera”

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