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I am currently a lecturer in the Department of Development studies at the National University of Lesotho and has just completed my Doctorate in Development Studies, my thesis title was " The mixed legacy; the institutionalisation of a feminist agenda in Lesotho; 1966-2005".
I was very involved in the civil rights movement in the 60's with SNCC(the Student Nonviolent Coordination Committee) which was the most active and militant student civil rights organization in the US at the time.
I recently returned to school to work toward my masters in Social Work and the return to school has also been a caveat to returning to my activism that got brushed under the rug when I tried to "make a living".
I am an instructor at Marylhurst University (www.marylhurst.edu) teaching Negotiation for Women: Making It in a Gendered World and Women and Power: Expanding Our Reach. These are face to face classes but I also teach two online classes for Marylhurst in the summer - one on Conflict Management and one on Negotiation.
Chocoana. Founding member of FunbiChocó. Founding member of La Ruta Pacífica de las Mujeres. Founding member of the Red Departamental de Mujeres Chocoanas. PhD in Geography from UC Davis. Researcher and social activist: Collective memory, narrative, borders, place and sense of place.
education coherency participatory-action-research ethnography
Bobana E.G Badisang - MA, (Library and information Systems -UCL), PG.Dip. Info Studies (London) PG.Dip.LIS, BA English & Environmental Science, Dip. Education (Botswana)
Resources to end homelessness, women's health knowing how to direct energy in a targeted, effective way that ends in the empowerment of others. Social work, community organizing
I am a sixty-three year old ethnobotanist volunteering at the National Tropical Botanical Garden on Kauai. In the past I have done interpretation, leading hikes to show people plants and how to use them. My commitment is to the 13 Grandmothers and their mission, as well as the one-mindedness of all people. I believe NOW is the time for women to have their voices heard.