WSQ: Protest
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Edited by Elena L. Cohen, Melissa M. Forbis & Deepti Misri
Consulting Editor, Saadia Toor
In this issue, contributors reflect on the histories, presents, and futures of protest through a feminist lens.

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WSQ: PROTEST
TABLE OF CONTENTS

Editor’s Note
Natalie Havlin

Introduction: Protest
Elena L. Cohen, Melissa M. Forbis, and Deepti Misri

PART I. SURVIVAL/REFUSAL

The Life Histories of Mapuche Women Elders as Protest
Patricia Richards and América Millaray Painemal Morales

Bringing the Revolution Home: Filipino Urban Poor Women, “Neoliberal Imperial Feminisms,” and a Social Movements Approach to Domestic Abuse
Huibin A. Chew

Home and Homing as Resistance: Survival of LGBTQ Latinx Migrants
Sandibel Borges

“Protest” Photography in Kashmir: Between Resistance and Resilience
Hafsa Kanjwal (Photographs by Durdana Bhat and Masrat Zahra)

PART II. DISCORDANCES

“Everyone Gets a Blister”: Sexism, Gender Empowerment, and Race in the People’s Park Movement
Kera N. Lovell

Troubling Solidarity: Anti-racist Feminist Protest in a Digitalized Time
Linda Berg and Maria Carbin

PART III. TECHNOLOGIES

Never a Wasted Hum: The Freedom Singing of Fannie Lou Hamer
Julia Cox

Visual Practices, Affect, and the Body: The Story of a Night-Vigil in Kerala, India
Navaneetha Mokkil

Sad Girls and Carefree Black Girls: Affect, Race, (Dis)Possession, and Protest
Heather Mooney

Queer-Alt-Delete: Glitch Art as Protest Against the Surveillance Cis-tem
Andie Shabbar

PART IV. “WE MUST LOVE EACH OTHER AND SUPPORT EACH OTHER”:
REVISITING ASSATA SHAKUR

Assata
Melanie Cervantes, Dignidad Rebelde

To My People
Assata Shakur

Hearing Assata Shakur’s Call: A Black Feminist Reflection on “To My People”
Charlene A. Carruthers

Framing Resistance Call and Response: Reading Assata Shakur’s Black Revolutionary Radicalism in Palestine
Rabab Ibrahim Abdulhadi

The Past, Present, and Future of Assata’s Message
Angela Y. Davis

PART V. DIGITAL CHRONICLES

Curfew Diary—Kashmir, 2016
Fozia S. Qazi

Kenyan Feminisms in the Digital Age
Nanjala Nyabola

PART VI. POETIC WORK

Nearly a hundred years later construction workers and amateur archeologists would be turning up French wine bottles
Emily Vizzo

Spoiled
Becca Shaw Glaser

Mistaking the Great for the Alienated
Janna Klostermann

How to Win Friends and Influence People
Janna Klostermann

On My Back
Sarah Sala

Nature Poem
Sarah Sala

Brave Reverse
Laura Madeline Wiseman

Trouble
Susanna Lang

Staring at the Future
Lanette Cadle

Re: The Agony of Wishing Someone Would Disappear
Emily Van Duyne

For C. and M.
Khadeejah Avvirin Gray

Wild Flag
Khadeejah Avvirin Gray

PART VII. BOOK REVIEWS

Decolonizing Gender and Sexuality: Reading for Indigenous Liberation
Anne Spice

The State of (Intersectional Critique of) State Violence
Liat Ben-Moshe

PART VIII. ALERTS AND PROVOCATIONS

Mujeres puertorriqueñas: alertas y combativas / Puerto Rican Womyn: Alert and Combative
Bárbara I. Abadía-Rexach