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My encounter with the Aymara Women

When I asked an Aymara woman merchant her opinion of women’s empowerment, she answered without hesitation: “What is that?” recalls Carolina Balta, professional tourist guide in Cuzco

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YOUNG VOICES

Feminism As An Intersectional Issue

“When discussing the intersectionality of my Judaism and my feminism, I find a place where there are many similarities and differences,” says a young student as she struggles to come to terms with her different, conflicting identities.

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WAF Blog Issue 6

WAF Blog Issue 5 (October 2016)

WAF Blog Issue 4 (June 2016)

WAF Blog Issue 3 (March 2016)

Reflections: Poems by a Pakistani Teen Poetess

Reflections by Iqra Rehman. This anthology has poems from her amateur years as a teenage poetess who had it as a medium of expression for the classes she didn’t enjoy and some social norms she couldn’t bring herself to adhere to.

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WAF Blog Issue 2 (November 2015)

Patti and Me

I first heard of Patti Smith in a mimeographed, hand-drawn fanzine that I must have picked up in some record store. Soon thereafter I heard her on the radio. Punk rock was like some brand-new creation, an antidote to the disco that was taking over popular culture.

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My encounter with the Aymara Women

When I asked an Aymara woman merchant her opinion of women’s empowerment, she answered without hesitation: “What is that?” recalls Carolina Balta, professional tourist guide in Cuzco

read more

YOUNG VOICES

Feminism As An Intersectional Issue

“When discussing the intersectionality of my Judaism and my feminism, I find a place where there are many similarities and differences,” says a young student as she struggles to come to terms with her different, conflicting identities.

read more

WAF Blog Issue 6

WAF Blog Issue 5 (October 2016)

WAF Blog Issue 4 (June 2016)

WAF Blog Issue 3 (March 2016)

Reflections: Poems by a Pakistani Teen Poetess

Reflections by Iqra Rehman. This anthology has poems from her amateur years as a teenage poetess who had it as a medium of expression for the classes she didn’t enjoy and some social norms she couldn’t bring herself to adhere to.

read more

WAF Blog Issue 2 (November 2015)

Patti and Me

I first heard of Patti Smith in a mimeographed, hand-drawn fanzine that I must have picked up in some record store. Soon thereafter I heard her on the radio. Punk rock was like some brand-new creation, an antidote to the disco that was taking over popular culture.

read more

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