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As a Muslim woman living the US, I found the recent comments by President Nicolas Sarkozy to French Lawmakers highly disturbing. He stated, "The problem of the burka is not a religious problem. This is an issue of a woman's freedom and dignity.
Well, my fellow YP4 fellows, I've been doing a lot of experience/searching/thinking about which types of activism I am best suited for.
Womyn with a Y???
Yes. That is an accurate spelling. Here is some background info why:
Driven by the passion and motivation to open doors for other Young Women throughout our nation, this organization works on making dreams possibilities, making dreams achievable, and promoting assertive action by young women in their twenties to take control of their lives and learn of the endless opportunities at their reach.
I would like to report that YP4 has finally made an impact in Oklahoma! I am a 2008 Fellow and have just implemented my blueprint in my hometown of Anadarko, Oklahoma.
The Anadarko Community Esteem Project had its first group meeting on December 18th. We had a great time with the young ladies. We served dinner and played a game about self-esteem.
Last week I wrote about a certain transformation of mine--one of racial transcendence and of forming bonds of solidarity with African-African Americans. I told you how I overcame my fears about personally interacting with Black people and how I was able to build strong relationships with people I would have otherwise avoided, simply because they were “different” from myself.
People like to talk about how women have moved up in positions of power; how they don’t just hold the traditional mother/homemaker roles they used to hold in earlier times.