Handmade shiny feminist ring in 925 sterling silver with a large female symbol.
NOTE! Measure carefully! You can not change size by mail if it does not fit! Exchange can only be made in store.
Tip! Measure the diameter with a ruler across the inside edges of a wide ring that fits the finger you want to use it on (inside edges)
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By a Feminist to Feminists
Meena Keshwar Kamal born February 1956 in Kabul, Afghanistan, died in 1987. Meena was an Afghan political activist, feminist and women's rights activist.
In 1977, she founded the Revolutionary Association of Women of Afghanistan, a women's organization aimed at involving Afghan women in both political and social activities. ""Give voice to the poor and silent women in Afghanistan"" In 1981, she launched a feminist magazine, Payam-e-Zan (Women's Message), focusing on women's rights. Over time, it became an important source of news about politics and society. Today it is an online magazine at www.rawa.org
Her active social work and effective advocacy against the views of the fundamentalists and puppet regime, triggered the anger of the Russians and the fundamentalist forces, and she was murdered by KHAD agents (Afghanistan branch in KGB) in Quetta, Pakistan, February 4, 1987.
Meena gave 12 years of her short life to fight for women in her native country.