Never Have I Ever: The Many Conflicts of Indian-American Girlhood

"it's hard to root for Devi when nine times out of ten, her trip-ups occur because of her persistent, unyielding belief that she is the victim"

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Phenomenal Woman: Berta Cáceres

Berta Isabel Cáceres Flores was a renowned environmental activist and advocate for the protection of indigenous peoples’ land in Honduras. An outspoken supporter for the rights of women and the LGBTQ+ community, she is best known for the successful 10-year campaign she organized against the Agua Zarca Dam. Born into the Lenca people in La Esperanza, Honduras,…

All That’s Black: Andrea Jenkins

Andrea Jenkins, activist and city councilwoman: “My whole life I’ve been fighting, trying to improve the conditions for Black people. That’s what I will continue to do, even if they never stand up for me.” Born in 1961 in North Lawndale, Chicago, Andrea Jenkins was raised by a single mother in a low-income, working-class community.…