Documentary shows some of the thousands of women who make feminism in Brazil a continuous, organized, and grassroots movement.
We share the series “The Gap,” by Yara Osman, a Syrian photographer living in Brazil
Meet the feminist artist that challenges the patriarchal powers and practices in Georgia
On the 96th birthday of the Mozambican poet Noémia de Sousa, we share a poem about Black resistance and kinship
The art of Kaya Agari, of the Kurâ-Bakairi people, from Brazil
22 artists from across the world depict the struggles for Food Sovereignty in 30 years of La Via Campesina
Read the love poem “Speech”, by Ruth Vanita, an Indian poet who writes about relationships between women.
Poem by Mafalda Galdames speaks to women’s struggles and lives
Read an excerpt from the e-book “I Write to You, Colombia,” published by the Alliance for Solidarity, Resistance, and Hope
For the freedom of the people of Western Sahara, here’s a poem by Salka Embarek
Hanaa Malallah’s visual works proposes an analysis of the destruction of wars in Iraq.
Read an excerpt from Tevn magazine, handwritten by Kurdish women imprisoned in the Elazığ Women’s Prison
November 6th is the birthday of the Portuguese poet Sophia de Mello Breyner Andresen.
We publish a translated poem by Al Khadra, an acclaimed name of Sahrawi poetry in defense of self-determination
Ana Chã discusses the revolutionary potential of women artists in rural areas and cities and invites us to join the call for artists of La Vía Campesina
Poem voices criticism against Coca-Cola’s land expropriation and production model.
Read about Kenyan director Wanuri Kahiu's feature film that portrays a lesbian relationship in a neighborhood in Nairobi.
Listen to a song in Luo language by the Kenyan artist Lydiah Dola
Looking back at the history of the World March of Women, a photo book published in Quebec celebrates the 20th anniversary of the movement.
First feminist marchers from Tunisia pay tribute to feminist writer Nawal Saadawi
Audre Lorde was an African-American poet, author, professor, and lesbian activist. If she were alive, she would be turning 87 today, February 18th, 2021!
Read the translation of this anticolonial poem by Pakistani Kishwar Naheed.
The poem “Exhausted Woman” was written by Linda Kouamé, also known as L’Encre des Étoiles (Ink of the Stars).