By Kyra-Lianne Samuels Laws in opposition to interracial marriages and relationships are known as ‘anti-miscegenation’ or ‘miscegenation’ laws. The intention behind these laws was to further support white supremacy. By punishing interracial couples with fines, arrest, imprisonment, or the refusal to legally acknowledge their marriages, segregation was being enforced (“The Loving Day Story,” n.d.).
By Therese Gatterburg Anti-Racism Awareness Week, Radboud University The Anti-Racism Awareness Week, hosted by the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion office, had … More
Gender and violence: A conversation with Rona Jualla van Oudenhoven TW: mentioning of violence, rape, murder We wish to provide … More
For almost 40 years, the yearly Dutch children’s TV special “Kinderen voor Kinderen” is known for its progressive songs. Its lyrics cover a wide range of topics, including gender and sexual diversity, cultural diversity and migration, disabilities and body positivity.
Nijmegen’s multicultural amateur community WOW-EFFECT Theater, with members from over 10 different countries, ages ranging from 19 to 40 and different levels of experience, makes a unique addition to the city’s theatre scene.
Watch this interview for Raffia magazine’s Profile Pieces to find out more about Marieke van den Brink’s inspirations, aspirations, and experiences!
How did prof dr. Van den Brink become interested in Gender & Diversity Studies? Which issues should be tackled to create more gender and diversity in organizations? What pioneers in her work field does she admire? What does she like to do in her free time?