Sister Outsider | Feminism is for Everybody – Part I: The role of men [Video]

Sister Outsider presents the first of a three part video series exploring why the struggle for gender equality remains a fundamental movement for social justice for people of colour in Britain today.

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The backlash against the feminist movement has rendered the struggle against gender inequality a wholly anti-male and outdated endeavour in the popular imaginary. In the attempt to contest these misrepresentations and reclaim the necessity of these movements, in part one i sat down with leading young black thinkers and activists to discuss their thoughts on the role and place of men in the challenge against patriarchy.

Hana Riaz

Hana Riaz is a black muslim feminist, writer and blogger. Her Ceasefire column on gender and race appears monthly. Follow her on Twitter @HanaRiaz.

Nathan Edward is a freelance writer and journalist, researcher, oral historian and digital storyteller. You can follow him on Twitter @Umanyano

Usayd Younis

Usayd Younis is Ceasefire Digital Editor. He is a documentary film-maker currently co-directing 'Generation Revolution', a feature-length documentary film about young black and brown activists in London. You can find his website at usayd.com. He tweets at @usayd

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