By Irene I. Blea
Using her observations of the United Nation's Fourth international Women's convention held in China in 1995 as a starting place, the writer examines the heritage and present state of affairs of Latinas and makes an attempt to put them in a world context. After studying the pursuits, targets, and surroundings of the convention, she analyzes the Chicana feminist circulation and its legacy and the way Chicanas have struggled to narrate to the convention and its human rights platform. She then profiles U.S. Latinas and provides info on their fact in modern-day global. The reaction to U.S. expansionist guidelines and the Americanization approach is tested and regarding the Chicana feminist circulate and its legacy. an incredible synthesis for college students and researchers in Ethnic and Race family members and Women's Studies.