‘Her Job’ Trailer Shows a Housewife’s Journey to Escape the Patriarchy (Exclusive)

The Greek film will debut Sept. 7 at the TIFF Bell Lightbox as a part of the Discovery selections. Proposed by Alexia Tsouni The Hollywood Reporter has an exclusive look at the upcoming Toronto International Film Festival selection Her Job. The film from Greek director Nikos Labôt follows an illiterate housewife in Athens, Greece, who uses a job …

Argentina’s Anticapitalist Feminism

Proposed by Sonia Mitralia   AN INTERVIEW WITH LUCI CAVALLERO, VERÓNICA GAGO PAULA VARELA CAMILA BARÓN, GABRIELA MITIDIERI TRANSLATION BY KAREN DOMÍNGUEZ BURKE A bill to legalize abortion narrowly failed in the Argentinian Senate. But feminist movements have already effected a social revolution in South America. On August 8 the Argentine Senate, by a narrow …

We Have Two Months to Save Israa al-Ghomgham’s Life

Despite widespread rumors, the Saudi Shia activist Israa al-Ghomgham has neither been executed nor sentenced to death. After more than three years in pretrial detention, she is now on trial alongside her husband and four other activists on protest-related charges at Saudi Arabia’s notorious terrorism court. But if the Public Prosecution—an entity that reports directly …

TAKE ACTION WITH THE WOMEN’S EARTH AND CLIMATE ACTION NETWORK IN RESPONSE TO THE SEPTEMBER 2018 GLOBAL CLIMATE ACTION SUMMIT

This September 2018, policymakers from across the U.S. and around the world will gather in San Francisco, California, for the Global Climate Action Summit (GCAS). The Summit’s stated goals are to encourage more action to achieve the aims of the Paris Climate Accord. Recognizing an important political moment to apply pressure and stand for justice, …