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Special: Messages for International Women's Day, 2021

This International Women’s Day, some feminists across the world shared with us what this day means to them and what their hopes are for a feminist future.

"Welcome to Equiterra, where gender equality is real" (Credit: UN Women/Ruby Taylor)

"Stand up for Victims of Abuse, Unflinchingly, Courageously" - Christina Dhanaraj
"Continue to Fight and Raise our Voices" - Anju Singh
"Amplify the Voices of People Who Lack Resources, Networks, and Spaces" - Jyotsna Siddharth
"Make Our Communities More Inclusive and Our Fight More Intersectional" - Ruchita Chandrashekar
"In Our Diversity Is Our Power and Transformative Energy"- Sara Cuentas Ramirez
"Leave No Dalit Woman Behind" - Manjula Pradeep
"Where Is The Respect Dalit Women Deserve?" - Manisha Mashaal
"Feminist Power Is Not Authoritarian, It Is Regenerative" - Noopur Tiwari

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