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Female Historians Try to End the I-Didn’t-Know-Any-Women Excuse for Men-Only Panels

It got a little bit harder this week to include only white men on syllabi, panels, or in articles.

Following in the footsteps of other disciplines, a group of female historians unveiled a… 148 more words


Saving Alex: When I Was Fifteen I Told My Mormon Parents I Was Gay, and That's When My Nightmare Began Written by Alex Cooper and Joanna Brooks


I usually look for books that defy stereotypes but I thought it might be interesting to begin this attempt at celebrating Pride Month with a memoir that exemplifies what I grew up hearing as the quintessential coming out story. 239 more words


Herstory: She Can Teach

The ‘Herstory: She Can’ series profiles women who pursue their passions. Each have stepped up with courage, a message, and a willingness to share her own odyssey. 570 more words

Her Odyssey

Letter from an Admirer

One thing that I absolutely love about journaling is the opportunity to go back and reflect. I love reading entries from years ago and witnessing what type of space I was in at the time. 866 more words


Being Black and working in a white male dominated aid industry (by Rosebell Kagumire)

The final piece in the African Women in Development series by our very own AF writer Rosebell Kagumire who has spearheaded this series. The AF pan-African feminist family is grateful to Rosebell for initiating these much needed reflections and the discussions that will ensue. 1,628 more words

African Feminisms


Connect 2 Contact 

You can contact us for any suggestions, submitting any original stories, becoming a guest writer, advertising queries, information request only at Swarnagouri26@gmail.com . 19 more words