What happens when “we” try to save Mulism Women?

My objective is to present teachers with a tool for engaging their students in critical thinking and reflection on social justice in general, and gender and power in particular. 

Organizing lessons or a unit around this lens puts women rights in a global and intersectional context and can help move away from speaking about feminism as primarily a white, middle class issue. Moreover, it deepens students’ understanding of how facts can be picked and chosen to suit certain agendas and used to justify aggression and even oppression.

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Published by Georgina Emerson

Founder & Director of Teach About Women

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