An anticapitalist feminism has become thinkable today, in part because the credibility of political elites is collapsing worldwide. This manifesto shows us how we can build a radical and transformative feminism.
The International Women's Strike is part of a transnational feminist wave, and women around the globe are fighting against reactionary political forces and standing up for the most oppressed and exploited.
Nisha Kapoor considers the significance of the womens strike in the context of rising Islamophobia and the increased securitisation of muslim women lives, calling for an end to Prevent and the criminalisation of Muslim, refugee, migrant and black women.
To commemorate International Women's Day and the second International Women's Strike, we present a reading list of our favorite books of feminist theory and activism to inspire our ongoing fight for collective liberation.
Despite the way trans and cis women seem to be pitted against each other in the media, Joni Alizah Cohen argues that the demands of both groups are two sides of the same feminist coin, urging cis and trans women to strike together on 8th March!