Posts tagged Intersectional Feminism
The Black Women Transforming Side Hustles into Full Blown Businesses

To celebrate the entrepreneurial spirit of black women, I interviewed a selection of business owners to discuss their inspirations, the challenges that they’ve faced and to share their advice with women hoping to transform their passions into a business.

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Employers Can Still Discriminate Against Pregnant Women — How Do We Stop This?

Pregnancy discrimination doesn't only harm the targeted woman. Society as a whole suffers when new and old mothers alike receive walking papers through no fault of their own. Here's how employers continue to exhibit bias toward expectant mothers and what we must do to address this issue.

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Intersectional Feminist Organisations of The Arab World

These are some of the influential organisations, big and small, making some serious intersectional moves within the Arab world, disrupting the typical perceptions of modern day activism revealing the culture of communal care that is heavily present within the Middle East and North Africa.

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Climate Change Has a Face; Male, White and Predatory

It’s no secret that men have disproportionately controlled the narratives of western science, education, economics, politics and faith for a long time, and as time goes on, it’s more and more difficult to label the impacts of said control as coincidence.

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