Ruby Hamad

In May 2018, Ruby Hamad wrote an article in Guardian Australia highlighting a phenomenon experienced all too often by women of colour: white woman tears. Hamad expands on the article in her first book, White Tears Brown Scars. Read Hellai Gul’s review Strategic White Womanhood: Ruby Hamad’s White Tears, Brown Scars.

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