intersectional feminism

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YOU ARE THE MEDICINE

“I am wise even from within the womb of my mother. I am the woman of the winds, of the water, of the paths, because I am known in heaven, because I am a doctor woman.” – María Sabina Magdalena García María Sabina was a Mazatec sabia (“one who knows”) or curandera (medicine woman), who […]

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WHERE ARE YOU FROM?

“Where am I from?” I am from the thousand lakes in Finland. From the sultry air in Lisbon. From the canals in Amsterdam and Copenhagen. From the lagunes in Venice. From the white sandy beaches in Bahia, Salvador. From Kleine Knip on Curaçao. From Simpson Bay on Sint Maarten. I am from Lemuria. I am […]

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PINK IT & SHRINK IT

“The Pink Tax is not actually a tax but rather a system of discriminatory pricing on products and services that is based on gender. The Pink Tax costs the average woman $1,300 a year and impacts all aspects of daily life from shopping to dry cleaning.”– Meredith Hoffman Pink tax refers to extra charges placed […]

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