Declaration: A Pacific Feminist Agenda
, edited by Ane Tonga, gathers together some of the Pacific’s leading activists, scholars and critical thinkers in a dynamic discussion about Pacific feminisms in the visual arts, shared histories, literature, cosmologies and everyday experiences. The publication is the first of its kind and its distinguished contributors include: Caroline Vercoe, Melenaite Taumoefolau, Emalani Case, Coco Solid, Teresia Teaiwa, Manuha‘apai Vaeatangitau, Phylesha Brown-Acton, Luisa Tora, Selina Tusitala Marsh, J C Sturm, Matariki Williams and Lisa Taouma. Melding critical analysis with poetry and personal narrative, Declaration: A Pacific Feminist
Agenda provides a challenge and suggests possible directions for future developments in feminist thinking in and about the Pacific, while discussing some of the most pressing issues of our time: the climate crisis, gender equality, Indigenous sovereignty and collective leadership.