By Nadia Maiwandi
When I see what’s going on in Palestine, I can’t help but make the connection to Afghanistan, a country that has lived through hell for over 35 years. When I was there in 2003 and 2006, I saw hundreds who lived with devastating injuries and poverty on levels unimaginable.
By Phoenix Calida
I think we tend to miss the bigger picture. Nobody could ever deny the harm that has been done in the name of “god”. Rape, genocide, slavery, sexism, crusades, witch trials, capitalistic class structure, and on, and on.
Pressing the Restart Button on Liberatory Movements
By Christian Matheis
Recently, I posted the following question on a social media site:
If feminism hit the reset button and we got to fix what we broke the first time, what would the do-over look like?
Is sex work a legitimate form of employment or is it inherently a form of oppression? What is involved in extending human rights protection to sex workers? What is the difference between decriminalization and legalization?
This panel discussion examines sex work through the lens of social justice and discuss the intersection of feminist critique with the growing global sex worker’s rights movement.
By Maite Pepper
Yesterday, after the triumph of Argentina over the Netherlands, the horns for celebration rang out throughout Buenos Aires. How ironic: the people of a certain place in the Middle East were hearing a similar noise.
Manifesto for Mothers Oppressed by Sexism, Male Domination, Racism, Ageism, Classism, Their Own Darling Children & (of course) Other Mothers
By Nadia Martinez Chantry
I am so oppressed I can no longer even dream