Ruby Hamad talks to Cheryl Akle about white women’s tears, and the brown scars they leave in this confronting episode, a reality check for the privileged position of the white woman.
About the author:
Ruby Hamad is a Lebanese-Syrian journalist and author who was raised in Australia. Hamad’s work has appeared in Fairfax media, The Guardian, Prospect Magazine, and The New Arab. She is currently a PhD candidate in media and postcolonial studies at the University of New South Wales. She was a contributor to Defiant Daughters (2013).