"Violence against women is a social phenomenon, not a series of random cases" - Laila Slassi, co-founder of Masaktach - Morocco (1/4)

"Violence against women is a social phenomenon, not a series of random cases" - Laila Slassi, co-founder of Masaktach - Morocco (1/4)

Moroccan feminist Laila Slassi was sick and tired of the way sexual violence survivors were portrayed in the media. Turning her outrage into action, she co-founded Masaktach to speak out against rape culture in Morocco.

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“As a feminist, I felt judged by the movement I thought I belonged to.” – Rachel-Diane Cusiac-Barr (Cameroon) 1/3

“As a feminist, I felt judged by the movement I thought I belonged to.” – Rachel-Diane Cusiac-Barr (Cameroon) 1/3

Meet Rachel-Diane Cusiac-Barr, a Cameroonian fashion entrepreneur who thinks being a feminist is a no-brainer. In this first part of our conversation, she explains why, to her, feminism is all about choice.

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