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Let’s call it what it is. Femicide.

Let’s call it what it is. Femicide.

By: Lynnette McIntireDecember 5, 2022 Femicide. A word that conjures fragmented images of girl baby drownings, honorkillings, stoned women labeled as adulterers or infidels. Why do we steer away from the term “femicide”? Is it because it seems like the word is removed...
Sex Trafficking: A Shared Global Pain

Sex Trafficking: A Shared Global Pain

By: Zeinab MohamudNovember 7, 2022 There are 35 million victims of human trafficking every single day internationally. Of those 35 million, 4.8 million are sex trafficking victims experiencing exploitation. Those who are extremely vulnerable to sexual exploitation are...
Alicia Wallace: Driving Change for Bahamian Women

Alicia Wallace: Driving Change for Bahamian Women

By: Lynette McIntire September 6, 2022   As founder of Equality Bahamas, Alicia Wallace wrestles with a myriad of complex issues – marital rape, economic inequities, education,  climate justice, women’s health, human rights, public safety, disaster response,...