While initiatives like Tal3at gained momentum in the last year, feminist struggles at the intersections of feminism, the remnants of European coloniality and the Israeli occupation have been present for much longer. Recently, they came forward following a series of femicides, with protests spreading all over historic Palestine and its diaspora and intersecting with other struggles such as the movement for Queer liberation, but also with the interests of diasporic communities that are subject to exploitation and racialization in their respective host countries. Representatives of these communities will together discuss the futures of flint* and queer liberation in Palestinian communities and beyond.
Dr. Yasmeen Daher
Nadia Silhi Chahin