In honour of International Rural Women’s Day, this episode of Great Woman Theory discusses the life of Lyda Conley, member of the Wyandot Nation, lawyer, activist, and guardian of indigenous land rights. Lyda’s fight to protect the Wyandot National Burial Ground from development ultimately led her to make history as the first Native American woman… Read more
By Jessica Sutton and Patrick McTague. The 2020 New Zealand election season is almost over. To date over 1.1 million early votes have been cast. And as always, major and minor political parties alike have released policies demonstrating their vision for infrastructure, energy, climate, welfare, and beyond. Yet, what we don’t tend to see in… Read more
By Patrick McTague. Edited by Jessica Sutton. This is the second in a series of articles on Men’s Rights Activists (MRAs) and the men’s rights movement (MRM), investigating and dissecting their ideology to help feminists combat their problematic talking points. In this article, I dived into the Fathers’ Rights Movement, analysing the claims made by… Read more
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