Rising fundamentalist movements worldwide–Hindu, Christian, Muslim–are threatening women’s rights and lives in the name of religion. What really motivates these movements? How do they affect women’s lives? What are women doing about it? These questions are the focus of this special issue.
The Enemy of My Enemy Is Not My Friend
Marieme Helie Lucas, founder of Women Living Under Muslim Laws, exposes the political agenda of fundamentalists groups–and the reluctance of the Left to confront them.
It’s Not Karma, It’s Patriarchy
Angie Manzano interviews Ly Phearak, Rosanna Barbero and Nil Kagnarith about USAID, karma, “good girls,” and globalization in the offices of Womyn’s Agenda for Change, in Cambodia.
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