Forget-Me-Not: Yasmine Marouf Araibi

College student & blogger Yasmine Marouf Araibi has taken her writing to another level, with the publishing of her very first book. At 21 years old, Marouf Araibi,…

Fire Woman المرأة المشتعلة

  Woman like herwalks with prideful strides,not to be touched,doesn’t say much,but carries wit and mysteryeverywhere she sits.Books on her lap,dreams now mapped.       Fire womanSeek…

Les femmes et l’islam: une vision réformiste

Neïla Czermak: Tunisia’s Rising Star

Meet Neïla Czermak. Born in Bondy, a Parisian suburb, to a Tunisian mother and a Polish-Jewish father, the now Marseille-based emerging artist has captivated audiences with her distinctly…

She Spoke The Unspeakable: Nawal El Saadawi

Lettre à ma soeur

Women & Hirak

It’s the 8th of March 2017, and the streets of Al-Hoceima are bustling with masses of hundreds of Riffi women of all ages and paths of life. They…

Debunking the Progressive State: The Plight of Women in Morocco

The Kingdom of Morocco has been reputed in the international community as being a modern, liberal, and progressive state. Thanks to Mohamed IV’s reformist socio-political agenda, Morocco is…

Rou7na Feekoum: The Legacy of North African Women in Music

Music is a fundamental component of every culture worldwide, in all four corners of the world.  Historically, women have always been at the forefront, touching hearts and gaining…

Body Positivity: When Self Love Becomes an Act of Rebellion

A few months ago, the Egyptian fashion designer Mohanad Kojak released photos from one of his photo shoots claiming that it celebrates diversity. The pictures featured women of…