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......from Rags to be an Entrepreneur in Chief - Mondli Magwaza- a special blog!

I  always call  the month  of  June  , month  of resilience, the month  of resistance . It is  when   we feature some   industrious and  unique personalities  in  our blog journal. 571 more words

Creativity And Arts

Sikhs celebrate B.C. woman's 'inspiring' appointment as first turbaned judge in Canada

By Lien Yeung, for CBC News

Justice Palbinder Kaur Shergill appointed to B.C. Supreme Court in New Westminster

Sikhs from Canada to India are celebrating a B.C. 298 more words


Benazir Bhutto: A tale of inspirations for women across the globe

On second December 1988, Zulfikar Bhutto’s pinky became first female head of state of an Islamic government. During her campaign, she was criticized due to her gender by opposition parties. 377 more words


The news media offer slanted coverage of Muslim countries’ treatment of women

Source: Washington Post

By Rochelle Terman

Are Muslims inherently misogynist? Many Americans seem to think so. Public opinion data reveal anxiety about whether Islam is compatible with Western values. 200 more words

The Muslim Times

The Independent Woman

Last week I went to the salon to have some spa treatments. It was the first time I was meeting the girl that did my manicure and so she began to get acquainted. 815 more words


11-Year-Old Agata Jentala Is Powerful, You Can Be Powerful Too

11-year old Agata Jentala binds maize in her family’s fields in Dzoole, Malawi. In the morning, Agata goes to school before helping her family in the fields in the afternoon. 156 more words

Live Humanitarian


Sexism and Misogony in The Republic of Gilead

In “The Handmaid’s Tale” by Margaret Atwood, a prominent theme that can be seen in the novel is that sexism and misogyny is deeply embedded within every society. 788 more words