This virtual exhibition was created by the Google Cultural Institute and Génériques, a non-profit organization whose goal is to promote the history of immigration in France. This exhibition looks back at the intersectional struggles that immigrant women lead in France against racism, sexism and classism from 1970 to 1996.
Génériques est une association qui promeut l’histoire de l’immigration en France…
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Students of University of Cape Town are protesting the on-campus housing crisis which has left many students without residential placement. “The university has only 6,680 beds for a total of 27,000 students,” says university spokesperson, Elijah Moholola.
UCT student organizers of Rhodes Must Fall kicked…
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Assata Shakur’s autobiography “Assata” has been made available, for the first time, as a digital e-book for world-wide consumption. In celebration of increased access to Assata’s…Continue
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In New York City, Mayor Bill be Blasio is proposing major city zoning reform as a measure to protect and build affordable housing for Brooklynites. The proposal, the Mandatory Inclusionary Housing and Zoning for Quality and Affordability, aims to dismantle the “Tale of Two Cities”, i.e. the availability of affordable housing for lower income New York residence. The policy lays out requirement that developers build 25 to 30% of all new units for affordability in…Continue
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