Category Archives: Gender mainstreaming

A Girl Like Me

Teenage filmmaker Kiri Davis created a short film about race and young women in America. She recreated the “doll test” that was used by Dr. Kenneth Clark to settle Brown vs. Board of Education. She documents the result in her … Continue reading

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Women Fight Veiling Ban in France

Women Fight Veiling Ban

Posted in Activism, civil liberties, Culture, Freedom of women, Gender Equality, Gender mainstreaming, Human rights, Legislation, Political participation, Religion, Tradition | 6 Comments

Gender inequality in African American Intellectual Society (pdf attached)

Anna Julia Cooper Public Intellectuals In this article, Carolyn M Cusick discusses the role of public intellectuals in society. Especially that of Anna Julia Cooper, a young woman born into slavery and recently appointed as teacher at the renowned M … Continue reading

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