A bit about: Alicia Wallace

Alicia Wallace
Alicia Wallace is a women's rights activist and public educator from Nassau, Bahamas. She is Director of Hollaback! Bahamas -- part of a global movement to end street harassment -- and Director of Equality Bahamas which is focused on gender justice. She is interested and engaged in conversations about race, gender, class, culture, and identity. She is a lover of words, books, food, bicycles, and travel. Alicia tweets as @_AliciaAudrey, produces the monthly newsletter Culture RUSH, and writes for various publications. To keep up with her work, like her Facebook page, follow her on Twitter, and sign up for Culture RUSH on her website.

More from Alicia:

#TooSexyToVote: Female Voter Suppression in The Bahamas

On the heels of the U.S. presidential election, The Bahamas is preparing for its general election expected to be held in May 2017. The Bahamas has successfully maintained a voter turnout of over 90% for general elections — one of the highest in the world.

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The Feminism of: Rihanna

From her entrance to the world of popular music to her most recent album, Rihanna has held our attention, surprised us, and transformed before our eyes.

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Zadie Smith Helps Us Find Our Light in Swing Time

Zadie Smith is a British-born literary sensation. A novelist, short story writer, and essayist, she has won the Orange Prize for Fiction, been on Granta’s list of the top 20 young writers, and now teaches in the Creative Writing program at New York University.

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Eight Smart Podcasts You Should Be Listening To

Podcasts have become one of the most popular forms of entertainment and education. There is a podcast for every interest, and they’re a great way to pass time, learn something new, and just relax. Here are eight smart picks covering all kinds of topics, from literature to technology to race; you’re sure to find something to get hooked on.

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