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The Man Who Launched a Thousand Feminists

I scraped through my high school examination in 1986 in third division. So I couldn’t get a government job like others from a poor socio-economic background like I, who had done better. … Read More»

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My Indian Experience: Working with Ashoka Fellow, Hasina Kharbhih

Working alongside Hasina Kharbhih and her team at Impulse offered the opportunity to be immersed in an intense, dynamic, passion-driven environment. … Read More»

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You do not have to build peace, it is already in our world but men do not allow peace to flow because of injustice When you see injustice … Silence must not be an option… … Read More»

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Creative Activist Toolkit

The Creative Activist Toolkit as a series of presentations that can be viewed and downloaded online. … Read More»

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The Necessity of Activism

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My Interview of A Cambodian Genocide Survivor

I spent three fairly intense months in Cambodia running around the country with my camera, pen and paper, interviewing survivors of the genocidal maniacs known as the Khmer Rouge. … Read More»

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Commit ▪ Act ▪ Demand: We CAN End Violence Against Women!

Commit ▪ Act ▪ Demand: We CAN End Violence Against Women! November 25 - December 10, 2009 … Read More»

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My rally cry.

I am feeling really anxious and burnt out today. There are so many messed up things happening in the world and we need to change it. The time is now. And it is crucial. … Read More»

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The Feminists Will Never Be Satisfied.

I originally wrote this for a Women’s History class a few years ago. It is written as a spoken word piece. … Read More»

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