Posts in Journalism
Interview With Joanna Chiu Of NüVoices

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We’re almost like a NGO unofficially, like a network in all these cities; we started launching in Hong Kong, Taiwan and now we’re working on developing a presence in New York. So we’re doing more than working on a book project, we’re a community where we publish original content and promote women’s work on our website as well.

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Envisioning a New World: Restorative Justice in Activist Communities

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Casey Quinlan interrogates power differences and interviews activists who are building and creating new cultures where consent is emphasized and the police aren’t called to persecute rapists. These activist groups practice alternative accountability for the sexual assault victims and survivors, with varying levels of success to prevent serial predators hopping to community to community.

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Earthquake In Ecuador: Women In Crisis Band Together

In the months following the earthquake in Ecuador, as life tried to go back to normal, the tension in Bahia didn’t diminish, and neither did the violence. In addition to cases of random assault, there was also a marked increase in domestic abuse and violence in the home.

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