What is intersectional feminism and why is it important in immigrant literature?
Intersectional feminism is a framework for understanding how multiple layers of oppression, such as sexism, racism, and anti-immigrant bias, work together. Examples of immigrant literature that illustrate this include books by Edwidge Danticat and Sandra Cisneros.
How do you write a poem?
Pay attention. Notice any connections. Read your words aloud. Make line breaks where you breathe. Let your words sing.
What is the best way to write a speech?
Put yourself in the shoes of your audience. Make a connection with them through a story about yourself. Be genuine to communicate your message.