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Such schemes allow financing to avoid the regulatory state by capturing the poor in debt systems. S. Agency for International Development (USAID), some on leave from their main work teaching America’s poor to open up microenterprise in their homes, teach a group of Arab NGO leaders that the family is a microenterprise, the homeworker an entrepreneur, F e m i n i s m a n d t h e R e t r e at 39 and microenterprise the way forward to a strong civil society independent of the state [. ] In that vision of society, finance channeled by international financial organizations (IFOs) and bilateral development institutions would directly engage ‘the people’ in relations of debt” (26).
Even more heart wrenching, the informant from Mali runs an employment agency to feed young women from the country into domestic service in the cities. Women come to the agency with bruise marks on their arms and legs, one with a small child whose face was severely burned, some who had been denied months’ worth of salary payments. The informant was tasked with getting the women back into their employment situations by educating them, or often by training or by intervening in disputes. ” In the face of such unimaginable abuse that seems to endanger women’s bodies and minds and put them at the edge of survival, “women’s empowerment” appears to be about accommodating women back into the violent economic contract of domestic labor.
Brown is concerned with a type of injury that makes demands of redress on a state that has the structural, antidemocratic features for perpetuating that injury, whereas the UFF organizers are projecting the absence or ineffectuality of the state and its public altogether, the certainty that the state cannot step in at all because it is not there or it does not regularly act on our behalf, and a resulting sense of permanent risk and unmitigated chaos. What goes along with the impossibility of imagining a role for the state or the public is a blockage to thinking any kind of public action in pursuit of universal projects, like justice or human emancipation.
Feminist Theory in Pursuit of the Public: Women and the “Re-Privatization” of Labor by Robin Truth Goodman (auth.)