Nadine Naber is public scholar, a Professor at the University of Illinois and director of Liberate Your Research. She has authored/co-edited five books, including Arab America: Gender, Cultural Politics, and Activism; Race and Arab Americans; and Arab and Arab American Feminisms (winner of the Arab American Book Award 2012). She is co-founder of Arab and Muslim American Studies at the University of Michigan; The Arab American Cultural Center at the University of Illinois; and the organizations, The Arab Women’s Solidarity Association North America and Mamas Activating Movements for Abolition and Solidarity. Dr. Naber is considered an Exceptional Leader with the OpEd Project and is a recipient of the YWomen’s Leadership Award; the Silver Circle Teaching Award at UIC; and the University of Washington’s Social Justice Award. Her co-authored book in progress, "Pedagogies of the Radical Mother," is under contract with Haymarket Press.
Published in: North Africa, West Asia: OpinionFighting repression in the Land of the Free: an Arab-American feminist perspective
While the US criticises authoritarianism abroad, it represses its own Black, Arab and other minority citizens...