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Bridge 7 El Mundo Zurdo. Gloria E. Anzaldúa - Wikipedia. Gloria Evangelina Anzaldúa (September 26, 1942 – May 15, 2004) was an American scholar of Chicana cultural theory, feminist theory, and queer theory.

Gloria E. Anzaldúa - Wikipedia

She loosely based her best-known book, Borderlands/La Frontera: The New Mestiza, on her life growing up on the Mexican-Texas border and incorporated her lifelong feelings of social and cultural marginalization into her work. Transformative_and_Feminist_Leadership_for_Womens_Rights. Building the Bicycle While We Ride It: Five Reflections on Nonprofit Co-Leadership - Non Profit News For Nonprofit Organizations. One of the first photos of Devi and Ruby, the first co-directors of FRIDA | The Young Feminist Fund, together in Oaxaca, December 2013.

Building the Bicycle While We Ride It: Five Reflections on Nonprofit Co-Leadership - Non Profit News For Nonprofit Organizations

When Ruby Johnson was first hired at FRIDA | The Young Feminist Fund in July 2013, she was the only full-time staff member. With the support of incubating partners AWID and FCAM, and FRIDA Advisors, she quickly recruited Devi Leiper O’Malley in November 2013 to join her in FRIDA’s first co-leadership structure. Since then, Devi and Ruby have been working in a virtual office, with Devi living in Cambodia; South Korea; and now Rabat, Morocco; and Ruby based in Oaxaca, Mexico; her home city of Sydney, Australia; and many places in between.

In this dialogue, they share their tips and reflections on how they make the virtual co-leadership structure work. 1. Ruby: Early on, Devi and I did a personality test. Coming into the leadership role for the first time, it has also been about being comfortable with what is our collective style of leadership. 2. 3. 4. 5. Briefing 70. Putting feminism at the heart of governance. Shirley Otto explores what all charities can learn from a recent investigation of governance within feminist organisations 26th May 2014 by TFN Guest Shirley Otto Feminist organisations have long considered how to embed their values into the management of their organisations, but there is an argument that all charities should seek to introduce feminist values.

Putting feminism at the heart of governance

A recent briefing from the Centre for Research into Families and Relationships (CRFR) looks at governance from the point of view of feminist values; the ideals or principles at the heart of organisations that support girls and women survivors of sexual violence. Feminist movement builders dictionary jass. Feminist Popular Education. The JASS community is steeped in a particularly political way of learning, analyzing, and taking action.

Feminist Popular Education

From the beginning, this approach – feminist popular education – has shaped JASS’ vision and strategies. Drawing on the thinking and experience of many pioneering popular educators within the network, JASS set out to better understand and define how feminist popular education shapes our movement-building in different contexts. “Popular education” comes from Latin America where “popular” means “of, for and by people.” It is a learning approach where people teach and learn from each other by critically examining their lives and contexts, and the issues that matter most to them.

By questioning the structural and ideological causes of these issues, the learning process raises awareness, helps empower people, and defines a shared agenda for their organizing and joint actions. JASS political facilitators apply the same core principles in every region: We Should All Be Feminists: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie: 9780008115272: Books. Review ‘The book I'd press into the hands of girls and boys, as an inspiration for a future "world of happier men and happier women who are truer to themselves"’ Books of the Year, Independent ‘One and a half million YouTube viewings later, this small but perfectly formed talk has become an equally small but perfectly formed book, thanks to Fourth Estate.

We Should All Be Feminists: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie: 9780008115272: Books

The perfect size in fact for handbags, pockets and Christmas stockings. There really is no excuse not to buy several’ Harpers Bazaar Praise for Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie: ‘A writer with a great deal to say’ The Times 'Here is a new writer endowed with the gift of ancient storytellers.’ ‘Adiche [has] virtuosity, boundless empathy and searing social acuity’ Dave Eggers ‘Adichie is terrific on human interactions … Adichie’s writing always has an elegant shimmer to it … Wise, entertaining and unendingly perceptive’ Independent on Sunday ‘[Adichie] is recording the history of her country. About the Author. You Can Bring Feminist Leadership to Work – Here Are 5 Genius Ways to Make It Happen - Everyday Feminism.

Bell hooks - Wikipedia. Gloria Jean Watkins (born September 25, 1952), better known by her pen name bell hooks,[1] is an American author, feminist, and social activist.

bell hooks - Wikipedia

The name "bell hooks" is derived from that of her maternal great-grandmother, Bell Blair Hooks.[2] In 2014, she founded the bell hooks Institute at Berea College in Berea, Kentucky.[4] Biography[edit] Early life[edit] Dalia Gebrial responds to a history of women's movements to ask how a transnational feminist politics of solidarity can change and embolden our vision of the world.

The question of transnational solidarity has progressively faded away from the realm of feminist conversation. Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie - Wikipedia. Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie talks about The Thing Around Your Neck on Bookbits radio.

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie - Wikipedia

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie ( i/ˌtʃɪmɑːˈmɑːndə əŋˈɡoʊzi ʌˈdiːtʃɪər/;[note 1] born 15 September 1977) is a Nigerian novelist, nonfiction writer and short story writer.[2] A MacArthur Genius Grant recipient, Adichie has been called "the most prominent" of a "procession of critically acclaimed young anglophone authors [that] is succeeding in attracting a new generation of readers to African literature".[3] Personal life and education[edit] Adichie, who was born in the city of Enugu, grew up the fifth of six children in an Igbo family in the university town of Nsukka. Nsukka is in southeastern Nigeria, where the University of Nigeria is situated.

Adichie studied medicine and pharmacy at the University of Nigeria for a year and a half. In 2003, she completed a master's degree in creative writing at Johns Hopkins University. Adichie was a Hodder fellow at Princeton University during the 2005–06 academic year. CREA. Feminist Principles.