I’m not my complexion by Samantha, Kenya

Today I logged into a popular photo sharing app, as I was scrolling down my feed I came across a photo that I really liked. I proceeded to clicking on the persons' page and the first thing my eyes met turned my amusement into disappointment; 'Only light skins allowed, No dark skins.' was written in … Continue reading I’m not my complexion by Samantha, Kenya

Story of Persecuted Women of Colour by Ala Oueslati from Tunisia and V. Mcentee from England

This blog post is a collaboration between Ala Oueslati and V. Mcentee History has proven that women all over the world have always been subject to discrimination, rejection, marginalization, and perfectly-shown misogynistic attitudes in all aspects of life. Even in the societies that have achieved remarkable progress in human rights and gender equality, women are … Continue reading Story of Persecuted Women of Colour by Ala Oueslati from Tunisia and V. Mcentee from England