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Getting started

It has been a while, a lot has happened and my goal remains - helping better the lives of disadvantaged girls through my small creations company, Created by 'nique. … Read More»

Senegal: Our Story to Tell: Youth Address Early Marriage Through Film by Jeremy Teicher, Girls Not Brides, January 30, 2014

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Interview on Authors in Africa

Here an interview appeared on Authors in Africa http://authorsinafrica.com/the-cut-interview-with-italiansouth-african-a... … Read More»

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Men cannot afford their brides!

If you haven’t been to a wedding in Kurdistan or in Iraq, you are missing out. … Read More»

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Cameroon, Safe for Women?

It’s been one week since I learnt of the butchering of a woman by her boyfriend in Bambili; a locality in the North West Region of the Cameroon.I am still waiting for the ministry of Women`s Empowerme … Read More»

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Qahera - the hijabi superheroine

It's not everyday you read a comic-strip where the superheroine says in a speech bubble: “I can hear it! The sound of ... mysogynistic bullshit!” … Read More»

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Introducing myself and my journal: Nomadologist

About Me: what makes streets sing? London & Frankfurt architect and urban researcher, RIBA, PhD(cand) University of Westminster. … Read More»

US: An Epic Feminist Edit-a-Thon Takes Aim at Wikipedia's Gender Gap by Sarah Mirk, Bitch Media, January 27, 2014

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Listen to "One More Cup of Coffee" by Bobby Dylan sung by SmartyPants196 and Downtown Vinnie

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nHj4UAFmrUU both on cigar box guitars. Come to Eugene, Oregon for the very first Cigar Box Guitar Fest on July 19, 2014 1-10pm at Cosmic Pizza on eighth street. … Read More»

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