Tag Archives: transnational feminism

Intersectionality, let’s unite!

Tweet“Right here, in this conference room,” said a woman in her early twenties to Leymah Gbowee, Nobel Peace prize winner. “Only around five or six women are black, among a hundred or so. As a black woman yourself, what do you think we should do about the exclusion of black women from spaces like this?” [...]
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Finding a common language in the fight against violence against women

TweetNote: This post spotlights the strength and courage of women of Moldova in honor of Peace Corps’ “Sharing Culture from Around the World” Day. Peace Corps volunteers typically put a great deal of emphasis on their ability to learn the local language and integrate into the local culture. As a rather loquacious individual, learning Romanian [...]
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Ambiguous feelings about Turkey

TweetAfter graduating from high school, I decided to take a gap year. College will always be here; nothing will change about it. Many things happened to me during high school-an accident, my grandfather’s death, etc- and I never took the time to actually cope with them; I was always rushing, always focusing on my schoolwork [...]
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American Taliban

Roman Catholic Religious Lobbyers and Right to Life Leaders grouped together make our very own Taliban, right in the United States of America.
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