Tagged With: Women

What’s in a name?

A new biography of the painter Isabel Rawsthorne highlights how talented women have often missed out on the recognition they deserved Vanessa Thorpe Sat 13 Feb 2021 21.30 GMT   Art Generations of female artists, composers and writers have been lost to history because their names changed after marriage. According to growing academic consensus, the … Continuer la lecture »

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Black Lives Matter changed my life, and my interracial marriage, for the better

by Tineka Smith In a defining year as an African American woman, I realised my white British husband will always be learning about race. ‘For a long while, my husband couldn’t understand, let alone appreciate, just how different the path I tread is from his own.’ Photograph: Roy Hsu/Getty Images/Uppercut Tue 29 Dec 2020 08.00 … Continuer la lecture »

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Covid 19 : education of girls at stake

After Covid-19, millions of girls may not return to the classroom. We can help them Malala Yousafzai World leaders meeting this week should not be seeking a return to how things were, but committing to how they should be. Mon 14 Sep 2020 ‘Leaders can take the first steps toward transformative change by delivering a … Continuer la lecture »

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Indigenous Women in Canada disappear …

Indigenous women are preyed on at horrifying rates. I was one of them by Brandi Morin Twenty-seven years ago I almost ended up a grim statistic, like so many Indigenous women and girls. It’s still happening. Red dresses hang on a fence near the TransMountain pipeline site in Blue River, British Columbia. Red dresses symbolize … Continuer la lecture »

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Women won the vote in Australia in 1902, 18 years before America.

Australia doesn’t have much to show for celebrating women’s achievements by Clare Wright We are so accustomed to equating nation-building with men’s ambitions that we’ve betrayed the very people who put modern Australia on the maP direct link to article online Wed 26 Aug 2020 05.00 BSTLast modified on Wed 26 Aug 2020 ‘What have we … Continuer la lecture »

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Fighting with words : beyond emotion…

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s eloquence in the face of arrogance is a master class   Washington Post article : commenting on the « incident »       The Guardian’s analysis  

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WOMEN AT WAR : the British sisters who nursed the French Army

WOMEN AT WAR a very rich site which gives an insight into the role women played during WWI

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When Women have the Power

Sharing power in the public or private spheres has never been something easy, neither for men nor for women. It means accepting not to have, which, in the eyes of some means not being. It also means you have to be tolerant and respectful of what is not yours or what is not you, which … Continuer la lecture »

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Heroes ? Soldiers’ mothers’ viewpoints

CE. A poem by Siegfried Sassoon (1886-1967), a famous English poet, writer and soldier who served during WWI. THE HERO ‘Jack fell as he’d have wished,’ the mother said, And folded up the letter that she’d read. ‘The Colonel writes so nicely.’ Something broke In the tired voice that quivered to a choke. She half … Continuer la lecture »

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Advertising : fighting stereotypes or using them to sell ?

   

Catégories: 1. Identities & Exchanges, 2. Private Space & Public Space, 3. Art & Power, 4. Citizenship & Virtual Worlds, 7. Diversity & Inclusion, AMC1°_1-1-Production and circulation of knowledge, AMC1°_2-1-Being heard, AMC1°_2-3-Representing the world and oneself, AMCT°_1-1-Unity and plurality, AMCT°_1-3-Equalities and inequalities, AMCT°_3-1-Power and influence, AMCT°_3-2-Rivalries and interdependencies, AMCT°_3-3-Common inheritance and diversity, LLCE1°_2-3-Confrontation to difference, LLCET°_2-2-Self-representation, LLCET°_2-3-Initiation and apprenticeship | Tags: , , , , , | Commentaires fermés sur Advertising : fighting stereotypes or using them to sell ?