Archives for posts with tag: women

#Trump or #Milosevic, Who’s More Dangerous?
By, Ambassador Muhamed Sacirbey
They are not merely the standard bearers of an appeal to divisiveness, hate but both Trump and before Milosevic have been enablers of extremist nationalists, fascists. —
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/ambassador-muhamed-sacirbey/trump-or-milosevic-whos-m_b_12832284.html?

Grandma is Topless & Liberating
By, Ambassador Muhamed (MO) Sacirbey via The Huffington Post
Join the excitement: “Fantasy Fest” is America’s most liberating party, but beyond the skin, costumes and endless tides of good-times, it is a reminder of what frees America to consistently strive for me.

 
A Call for “Help” from ‪#‎SouthSudan‬ !
By, Susan Sacirbey via DiplomatArtist Buzz
Close to South Sudan’s fifth year of independence in July, rival factional fighting erupted increasing displacement, food shortages, & sexual assault/rape for women in and outside of UN camps faced with the choice of food for their children or rape. –Read More–
From Diplomat Artist Buzz: Read More on Anne Hathaway’s new starring role as UN Goodwill Ambassador for UN Women & eliminating gender barriers for women & girls.
The Misconception About Feminism
By, Montclair Student Diplomat Brianna Deleon via Huffington Post
Feminism is a movement to establish equal economical, social, political rights for women. Feminism is for men & women. Feminists fight to close the wage gap. Feminists want women to feel safe against harassment & domestic violence. Feminism is not a dirty word. We need feminism. – Read MORE —

Menstruation Is Not a Crime. Period.
By, Montclair Student Diplomat – KIrsten Kovats as publshed in Huffington Post
Read all about Kirsten’s interview with “Menstrupedia Comic’s” author Aditi Gupta, and the advances her book hold for girls and women in India & their empowerment. — MORE —
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/montclair-diplomats/menstruation-is-not-a-cri_b_9919618.html

 
From Diplomat Artist Buzz: Having survived captivity & sexual violence, they must not be met with further stigmatization but nurtured & healed by their families, communities, & world at large. — Read More —