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Bodies of Revolution
"Bodies of Revolution: Women Rise Against the Violence of Police, States, and Empire" features global human rights leaders and dissidents from the U.S., the Middle East and Asia. It was convened by One Billion Rising, the African American policy Forum, and the Center for Intersectionality and Social Policy Studies (CISPS) at Columbia Law School and was co-produced by the "Laura Flanders Show." Participants included Suad Amiry (Palestine), Fortune Adan (Somalia), Kimberle Williams Crenshaw (#Whywecantwait USA), Eve Ensler (One Billion Rising/USA), Frances Garrett (#Sayhername USA), Nimmi Gowrinathan (US/Sri Lanka), Yanar Mohammed (Iraq), Lu Pin (China), Thenmozhi Soundararajan (US/India), Sara Milena Ferrer Valencia (Colombia), Monique Wilson (Philippines), and Zoya (Afghanistan).
Photo: Yanar Mohammed, head of Women's Freedom in Iraq movement. Wathiq Khuzaie/Getty Images
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