Stories of Girls’ Resistance is a groundbreaking book that documents the everyday ways in which girls are making the world better in their homes and communities, and the expansive ways girls are contributing to the world’s most powerful movements for change. It is the largest global collection of oral and narrative history of adolescent girls’ activism, including over 150 individual stories from 90+ countries across the world.
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Documenting Disability Rights activists’ stories of resistance is a deeply political act. Introducing Our Resistance: Stories of Disability Rights Activists, a feminist storytelling project that tells the beautiful, rich, diverse and unfiltered stories of nine Disability Rights activists working to transform and remake the world into one that honours their full and rich humanity, experiences, and that is rooted in Disability Justice.