Month: May 2014

Christy Turlington Talks To Anushay’s Point About Maternal Health

Despite spending almost a decade as a feminist policy analyst, I always felt the urgency of investing in women, specifically in our health and in our rights, was a cause most policymakers in Capitol Hill could not grasp. How can lawmakers understand that legislation they author impact women and girls globally? More importantly, how can …

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Anushay’s Point On PBS With Congresswoman Eleanor Norton

Last Friday, I was honored to return to PBS’ To The Contrary, the network’s iconic weekly feminist news analysis by and for women. This time, we tackled a host of issues from the 200 girls abducted in Nigeria to campus assault here in the US to feminist men. My main emphasis in all of the …

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University of Chicago Hosts Anushay’s Point

When I was an undergraduate student at the University of Virginia, reading Martha Nussbaum’s, Sex & Social Justice electrified my feminist consciousness, so you can only imagine how excited I was when the place where she works invited be to be a part of a panel on South Asian’s women’s mobility earlier this week. Sadly, …

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