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Tarabai Shinde – The Feminist Pioneer Of The 1800s Who’s Still Relevant To Us Today

As one of the pioneers of the feminism movement in India Tarabai Shinde wrote Stripurush Tulana in the late 1880s. Here is why she is such an inspiration

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Recent 1st All-Female Dual Spacewalk Significant For NASA’s Proposed 2024 Plan To Put A Woman On Moon
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On 18th of October, 2019, astronauts Christina Koch and Jessica Meir became the first two women to complete a spacewalk together, an inspiration to future generations, and also a tribute to all who have come before them.

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The ‘Sense Of Shame’ That Leads To Silencing Of Women Despite Violence At Home

A 'sense of shame' stops women from speaking up against the crimes of their near ones, but should it be the case? Should we take refuge behind the 'comfort of silence'?

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Ever Heard Of Bandaru Acchamamba, India’s First Feminist Historian?
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Bandaru Acchamamba may have been denied formal education but she is still regarded as India's first feminist historian. Here's her story!

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Let Wangari Maathai, 1st Nobel Peace Prize Winner For Environmental Issues, Inspire Us Today!
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Today, on World Environment Day, let's learn about Wangari Maathai, the Kenyan woman who made the entire world think about how trees are critical in preserving the health of our planet.

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I Want To Be Like Sita; A Woman Who Is Considered Meek, But Isn’t

Sita was not the weak, meek woman she is made out to be in most versions of the Ramayana. She was a strong woman who made her own choice at key points in her life.

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