The story of protests in Bilal Bagh and how it is NOT shutdown by COVID-19
In India protests against the discriminatory and unilateral law to determine citizenship have been going on since December of 2019. The protests across India against the current authoritarian government were growing in power, in spite of the enormous pressure they came under, the attacks and arrests of leaders and now from the spread of COVID-19 and lockdowns.
Where's the party at? and Our Virtual Histories: Research and reflections from Ikhtyar
Where is feminism in the Hong Kong protests? Issues in the context of the anti-extradition movement
What can feminists expect from the revolution of our times? In this article about the recent uprising in Hong Kong against the control of the Beijing government, we take a look at the complexities that feminists and LGBTQI+ activists have to live with, in spite of working for freedom and democracy alongside and in movements.
Sonia Corrêa on “Gender Ideology” for 2019 CREA Conference
My Little Corner of The Internet: The Role of Finstas in The Lives of Queer, Black Africans
The internet is made up of many kinds of spaces knitted together - from the public to somewhat private to the many grey zones in between. Here is how queer black people find public corners for celebrating and self-care through Finstas.