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A DISCUSSION WITH JOURNALIST SARIKA BANSAL ON THE LANGUAGE OF DIGNIFIED STORYTELLING AND ETHICAL TRAVEL
“I think just scaling down notions of grandeur is already such a big step and understanding that maybe for you, a two week trip is really big thing but for the people who you’re going to, two weeks is just a blink of the eye and it’s not going to make that much of a difference, no matter how much great work you do.” Sarika Bansal
‘The Contribution of #NiUnaMenos Was to Massify Feminism,’ Says Florencia Alcaraz, Ni Una Menos Founding Member
“No fight was done overnight,” says María Florencia Alcaraz, one of the founding members of Ni Una Menos.
“A Few Years Ago Providing A Comprehensive Sexual Education Was Like You Were Seen As ‘The One That Talks About Sex'”, Says Argentine Feminist Celeste Mac Dougall.
“On the one hand, I like the term ‘green wave’ because the tide comes, and it sweeps you in. But it also comes and goes, and this movement is here to stay, and it is not that it comes and goes like the tide,” reflects Mac Dougall.
“If you go out into the streets in Sweden and say, “Do you want gender equality?” Everyone says yes. However, there are no policies that bring us to those goals,” says Gudrun.
“It was definitely a really big shift! It was kind of a combination of factors that compelled my decision”, says Maryalice Aymong about her career change.
WAF editors interview Robin Becker, the internationally acclaimed dancer and choreographer who has pushed the boundaries of contemporary dance.
Meet Margaret “Meg” Crane: the “silent” revolutionary.