I have often spoken to the ladies at NAPAWF for articles and find them to be a great resource. I think that this series is failing a little bit though because it often reads as an advertisement for their org and doesn't seem to really get into APA women's issues in a powerful way. Though, I did really appreciate Ahuja's post on being one of the youngest women in the movement at 35. It is interesting that they haven't seemed to garner a lot of attention either, in terms of comments. I wonder: is this because they are too press release-y or because -- just like at this blog -- people would much rather respond to a post about something easy and pop culture-esque than serious issues?
On a side note, I had a scene from a play I'm working on read in the last class of my MFA career (!!) yesterday and it had a Indian woman dealing with an asshole Indian man in an arranged meeting situation. There might have been some feminist undertones to the thing. Anyway, after class this older (70s) French woman who has been auditing the class approached me and gave me props for my feminism, saying that it seemed like only "minority" women were feminist anymore. Interesting. What do y'all think? Are Asian American women epseically powerful in the feminist movement of today?