Demanding the Right to Live without Violence: Reflections on Color of Violence II
Indiana University Press
We decided to write this piece as a conversation because this format enabled us to grapple with the complex issues raised at the Color of Violence n Conference together. In this dialogue, we strive to unpack the terms "violence" and "women ofcolor," understand the issue ofviolence in the aftermath ofSeptember n, 2001, and envision what is to be done with the insightful critiques articulated at the Conference
Lodhia, S. & Falcón, S. (2002). Demanding the Right to Live without Violence: Reflections on Color of Violence II. Meridians: feminism, race, transnationalism 3(1), 265-273. Indiana University Press.