Nataša Kovačević: Patriarchy as a painful spot

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Nataša Kovačević was born in former Yugoslavia, she graduated in English Department at the University of Belgrade and got her PhD at the University of Florida in Gainesville. Currently, she is a professor of English language and literatures at the Eastern Michigan University and editor of literary journal JNT: Journal of Narrative Theory.

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Jelena Todorović: Solidarity as a revolutionary philosophy of life

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Jelena Todorović, born in Leskovac, graduated in the Italian Department at the University of Belgrade and got her PhD at the Indiana University Bloomington. She is the first in her family to attend college, and she is using her experience to support first-generation students at her University and help them navigate all spheres of university life, to identify resources at the university, and use efficiently the advantages university offers.

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ANNIE HILLAR: As feminists, we are always leading the way

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Annie Hillar has over 20 years of experience in feminist philanthropy. working with PAWHR (Philanthropy Advancing Women’s Human Rights), Mama Cash, Global Fund for Women, serving on the PEX Co-Creation Council and as Co-Chair of the Steering Committee of the Human Rights Funders Network.

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AKC “HERO MARIČIĆ”: Redistributing the support and helping marginalized friends is the key to solidarity

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Photo: Bojana Minović

Vojkan Trifunović and Bojana Minović come from the Alternative cultural centre “Hero Maričić” from Kraljevo, from, as they say, “a little freedom oasis in a street named after national hero from nearby Žiča, Živan Maričić.” This space hosts gigs and social gatherings, as well as workshops, exchanges, benefit events, support to marginalized communities. 

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SOLIDARY KITCHEN: Care as a Political Struggle

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Sara Nikolić i Ema Stepanović are activists in the independent collective Solidary Kitchen that provides food and other forms of support to those in need. Grounded in the principles of solidarity and direct democracy, they conceive the struggle against hunger as part of the struggle for a more just society. 

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