This looks interesting... don't know much about it but came across it today:
posted on Nov. 15th on the XPC: Cross Cultural Poetics blog
Ethnoscapes: An Interdisciplinary Journal on Race and Ethnicity in the Global Context Issue One, Fall 2007 - Call for Papers on “Race and Coalition” Deadline Feb. 15, 2007
Here's an example of one of the themes:
B) The Multicultural Terrain of Organizing in the United States. With the rise of Asian/Pacific American and Latino/a social movements, how is the concept of “coalition” being rearticulated today? Does the “people of color” construct, expressing the common bonds of non-white groups, still make sense? What new challenges to coalition-building emerge in the context of the variable power relations of nations, economic operations,and discourse that characterize the contemporary multiracial terrain of US organizing? What strategies can be mobilized to negotiate these differences? What roles are available to whites in multiracial coalitions and in coalitions for racial justice?