Egypt & Women
Program #SAAN002. Recorded in New York City via telephone on October 24, 1997.Feminism is often thought to be a western construct, however in this interview Nawal demonstrates how women in Egypt and other parts of the world, are, and have always been, struggling for their rights. Speaking from her experiences as an Egyptian writer and activist who has also spent time in US academia, she eloquently brings to light the unique challenges faced by women of color as well as some of the hypocrisies of the western "progressives". Interviewed by David Barsamian.
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