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Fazeela Jiwa is an educator and writer from Vancouver. Her words can be found in independent and mainstream media, academic journals, creative anthologies, spoken performances and pamphlets, and on websites and walls.

  • Magazine

    Nothing to Lose But Our Fear: Resistance in Dangerous Times

    Conversations on the politics of fear.

  • Magazine

    Beyond bullying

    The term “bullying” obscures the dynamics of gendered violence in cases like Rehtaeh Parsons’ and Amanda Todd’s. The vague language of anti-bullying campaigns and legislation do little to address systemic misogyny and rape culture.