II Poetry Contest: The Rebellious Bird

by Anuj Abraham Rebellious, she was, the decision was made. Irrespective of the pain, she decided to walk on the blade. Life wasn't a bed of roses nor was it a walk on burning coals. Yet she had decided she won't be tamed. She wanted to be free. She was a spirit, that wandered, a bird … Continue reading II Poetry Contest: The Rebellious Bird

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via The Attack in Manchester was an Attack on Women and Girls — Karen Ingala Smith

We now know the names of the 22 people confirmed dead in the attack in Manchester, and we know the 17 of them were women and girls. Whilst not to deny or denigrate the lives of the 5 men that were also taken, it is essential that we view the attack as an attack on […] … Continue reading via The Attack in Manchester was an Attack on Women and Girls — Karen Ingala Smith

via My Experience at the International Women’s Strike — Girls’ Globe

Amidst the international mobilizations during International Women’s Day, I was able to participate in the strike by basically “disappearing” on March 8th from 2:30pm, this article narrates my experience which many of you might find obnoxious or amusing, and it shows the reason behind why I did it. via My Experience at the International Women’s Strike … Continue reading via My Experience at the International Women’s Strike — Girls’ Globe

Reblog – An Introduction to Human Trafficking

Originally posted on Justice Network: There are still many people who know little about human trafficking, or tend to think it is about immigration issues. A good video to share to introduce to people towards a better understanding of what human trafficking really is, is this: The NJ Coalition Against Human Trafficking created a toolkit… via … Continue reading Reblog – An Introduction to Human Trafficking