Tagged: Feminism

International Women’s Day- Leila Abdelrazaq Photos

International Women’s Day- Leila Abdelrazaq

Today is International Women’s Day so we’re honoring five powerful Palestinian women. Meet Leila Abdelrazaq, author, artist, and co-founder of Maamoul Press, “a multi-disciplinary collective for the creation, curation, and dissemination of art by marginalized creators.”

on March 9, 2020
International Women’s Day- Rawia Bishara Photos

International Women’s Day- Rawia Bishara

It's International Women’s Day so we’re honoring five powerful Palestinian women. Meet Rawia Bishara, acclaimed chef and owner of the Brooklyn-based restaurant Tanoreen where you'll find your fav Palestinian dishes made meticulously with all the right spices and tons of love.

on March 9, 2020
International Women’s Day- Diana Buttu Photos

International Women’s Day- Diana Buttu

In honor of International Women’s Day, we’re honoring five powerful Palestinian women. Meet Ramallah-based political analyst Diana Buttu who has courageously waded the waters of mainstream media to make sure the voices of Palestinians under occupation are highlighted and heard.

on March 9, 2020
International Women’s Day- Tahanie Aboushi Infographics

International Women’s Day- Tahanie Aboushi

For International Women’s Day we’re honoring Palestinian women. Meet Tahanie Aboushi, a New York City based attorney and civil rights advocate. She’s dedicated to ending mass incarceration—oh, and she’s running to be Manhattan’s next district attorney.

on March 9, 2020
International Women’s Day- Rashida Tlaib Photos

International Women’s Day- Rashida Tlaib

In honor of women's month, we’re honoring five powerful Palestinian women. Meet Rashida Tlaib the first Palestinian-American woman elected to Congress. She's a powerhouse, advocating a green vision for her home-state Michigan to Palestinian rights in Congress.

on March 9, 2020
No, You Can’t Be A Feminist And A Zionist Op-Eds & Analysis
Mariam Barghouti, Forward

No, You Can’t Be A Feminist And A Zionist

Near Qalandia checkpoint in the West Bank, I watch as two female Israeli soldiers fire tear gas at a crowd of protesting Palestinian youths. One canister ricochets, hitting a young boy in the arm. The soldier who was shooting begins to laugh. Her colleague proudly pats her shoulder as they both reach to refill their weapons.

on November 27, 2017
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