The whole year's words and dreams have been expressed through my "8 March: Women's March" poem and the photographs I took on that day.
This year on International Women's Day I am in London, the most international city in the world.
With the percentage of Arab women working still very low and employment conditions not always adequate, activists from that sector are trying to improve awareness of their rights.
March 14, 2012 by Alexis Erkert, Another Haiti is Possible Coordinator, Other Worlds
We dream a marvelous dream. We show up on bridges across the world and we bridge our minds to our hearts. We show up and we bridge a million hearts.
(PERU) More than 350 women put their health to walk in Tacna, Puno y Juliaca
On Women's Day, I published this in my personal blog. Today it occurred to me that it's also fitting to post to my journal here. Enjoy!
When the oppression began, you knew things were going to be bad That there would be pain, suffering and agony, that the journey ahead would be sad But from the beginning you knew what to do
Women’s Day greetings: “Woman eeeeh!” Response: “eeeeh!”