In this collective essay, we contemplate tipping points including the COVID-19 pandemic, climate crisis, and gendered and racialized forms of state violence through our reflections on shifting meanings of and movements for social justice, shaped by our own lived experiences. Inspired by the writings of feminist scholars and activists including Grace Lee Boggs, adrienne maree brown, Dean Spade, bell hooks, and others, we grapple with the meanings of social justice in contemporary contexts.
agah, aman, Emerson Barrett, Libia Marqueza Castro, Val Chang, Patti Duncan, and Adrianna Nicolay. 2022. "What Do We Long For? Reflections on Feminist Movements for Social Justice." Journal of Feminist Scholarship 21 (Fall): 46-59. 10.23860/jfs.2022.21.7.