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What Is Intersectionality? All Of Who I Am

What Is Intersectionality? All Of Who I Am

By Roberta K. Timothy Contributing Writer “There is no such thing as a single-issue struggle because we do not live single-issue lives.” ― Audre Lorde (Sister Outsider) Last year at the Golden Globes, many Hollywood actors got on stage in ...

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Protecting Women’s Space In Politics

Protecting Women’s Space In Politics

By Isabelle Arradon Guest Writer BRUSSELS, March 8, 2019 (IPS) — Women human rights defenders, around the globe, are facing heightened threats of violence and repression. Sometimes they are targeted for being activists, and sometimes just for being women. World ...

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John Wayne Believed In White Supremacy; Now What?

John Wayne Believed In White Supremacy; Now What?

By Charles Mwewa Guest Writer “I believe in white supremacy until the Blacks are educated to a point of responsibility,” John Wayne said (in a 1971 Playboy Magazine interview). Wayne was born Marion Mitchell Morrison and he was an American ...

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No Sexual Escape, Even In A Vegetative State

By Yvonne Sam Social and Political Commentator The recent report of a woman, who has been in a vegetative state, giving birth at a long-term healthcare care facility in Arizona, is not only disturbing, repulsive and outrageously gut-wrenching, but at ...

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