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Nadège ha formado parte de proyectos de tecnología transfeminista como Laboratorio de Interconectividades y la cooperativa de infraestructura Kéfir. Actualmente, N. toca música, dibuja, cocina y a veces trabaja en traducción freelance.... Read more…
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Ani Phoebe Hao

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Ani Phoebe Hao is a feminist writer, editor, researcher and consultant. Her areas of research and writing include young feminist-led movements in Brazil, abortion rights and online organizing/digital activism. Her writing has appeared in... Read more…

Rosamma Thomas

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Rosamma Thomas is a freelance journalist based in Pune, Maharashtra, India. She has worked with the Centre for Internet and Society, India, as part of a project studying gender, welfare, and surveillance supported by Privacy International.
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Blanca Herrmann

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Blanca Herrmann Estudillo nació en México en 1995. Estudió Lengua y Literaturas Inglesas en la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM). Sus áreas de interés abarcan la traducción, la literatura y el género.
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Rahul Paswan

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Cis-straight/Dalit man writing and getting angry. Did his bachelors in journalism and currently swings between Bangalore, Bengal and Bihar. Been working as a freelance reporter/writer/translator for the last two years. Also... Read more…
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Joshua Muyiwa

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Joshua Muyiwa is a writer and poet. He currently writes a weekly column titled “Gazing Outwards” for the Bangalore Mirror, a city newspaper on issues of race, sexuality, police violence and change in the city of Bangalore in India.
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Inés Binder

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Comunicadora social. Investiga sobre feminismo, tecnologías y políticas de comunicación. Es cofundadora del Centro de Producciones Radiofónicas (CPR) y forma parte del espacio hackfeminista la bekka. Autora de Por un ciberfeminismo... Read more…
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Kathleen Foley

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Kathleen Foley is a barrister and writer based in Melbourne, Australia.Photo by Arsineh Houspian.
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Christina Elia

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Christina Elia is a freelance journalist and personal essayist from New York City, where she currently writes about topics ranging from street art to culture, sex, and travel. Her work has been published online in magazines... Read more…
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Peter Bloom

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Fundador y coordinador general de Rhizomatica, una organización dedicada a fortalecer la autonomía comunicacional de comunidades indígenas y en resistencia.
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Ninglun Hanghal

3 posts
Ninglun Hanghal is a freelance journalist.  She writes on women and development of/in northeast region of India.  
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Loreto Bravo Muñoz

6 posts
Feminista, hacker y comunicadora popular. Es parte del Centro de Producción Palabra Radio de Oaxaca, México y actualmente becaria del programa de Acompañamiento en Seguridad Digital de Digital Defenders Partnership - Hivos.
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Nia Tucker

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Nia Tucker is an undergrad at Emerson College studying Writing, Literature and Publishing. You can find more of her work — personal essays and race and gender related features — at niatuckwrites.wordpress.com.
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Halley Bondy

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Halley Bondy is a professional freelance writer, journalist, editor, producer, and mom based in Brooklyn. Her work has appeared in NBC News, Shadowproof, Digital Trends, Daily Beast, DAME Magazine, Bustle, Romper, The Outline and more... Read more…
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Yulia Dwi Andriyanti

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Yulia Dwi Andriyanti, a queer Muslim woman, writer and community organizer. She loves to archive feminist-queer activism and thoughts and is happy to experiencing her vegan journey.
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Mariana Vaccaro

4 posts
Periodista y editora en medios gráficos y digitales desde hace más de una década. Licenciada en Ciencias de la Comunicación de la Universidad de Buenos Aires. Fui seleccionada por la Facultad de Ciencias Sociales de la UBA para cursar el... Read more…
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Morgan Barbour

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Morgan Barbour is an American model, circus artist, movement director, and writer. Her work has been featured in publications such as Insider, Al Jazeera English, HuffPost, and Circus Talk. In March 2020 she founded Cummunity Standards, a... Read more…
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Dana Zhang

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Dana Zhang has a Bachelor of Economics and a Bachelor of Arts from Peking University, and a Ph.D. from The Chinese University of Hong Kong. She is currently based in Taipei, working with Feminist Leadership and Mobilization on the Edge (... Read more…