by Roisin Moreau France’s history and the daily experiences of French people of colour (a primary example described above) proves that this fetishization of citizenship does not play out on an even playing field for many of its subjects. In reality, many ethnic minorities experience a lack of social acceptance, and are denied “cultural citizenship” (Rosaldo, 1994), proving that identity papers are not always sufficient.
by Elna Schmidt What do a white, middle-class, teenage private math tutor in the Netherlands and an Indonesian street food vendor in the heart of Manila have in common?
This week I am joined by Bima Loxley who is a psychosexual therapist and sex educator based in the UK.
Today’s article focuses on a woman who’s words, written up nearly sixty years ago, are still relevant and strong today: … More
And here we have the next article for you. This time we have an informative article written on Harriet Tubman … More
And here we have the next article of our timeline for you. This one’s on the Guatemalan human rights activist … More
Today’s article is on a woman you might have seen in the last few years if you are into fashion: … More
And here we have another wonderful article on a scientist that changed the game in the 70’s: Flossie Wong-Staal. With … More
Today’s article is about a working field that is most certainly associated with men in suits: the financial sector. We … More
Today’s article is on someone you probably all know: The Queen Beyoncé Knowles-Carter. She is best known for her work … More
The last article of March has a woman as its topic who differs from all the previous ones we presented … More
This week is the Anti-Racism Awareness week and our university Radboud University contributes to this with an amazing program created … More