“What I am proposing here is that border crossings do not occur only across the dominant/dominated dichotomy, but that, equally, there is traffic within cultural formations of the subordinated groups, and that these journeys are not always mediated through the dominant culture(s). … My argument is that they are not `minority´identities, nor they are at the periphery of something that sees itself as located at the centre, although they may be represented as such.”
Brah, Avtar (1996): Cartographies of Diaspora. Contesting Identities. London, New York, S.209f.