Senti Sojwal

Senti Sojwal is an India born, NYC bred writer, reproductive justice activist, and feminist organizer. She graduated with a BA from Hampshire College in Gender Studies & Politics, and has worked with NARAL, The Civil Liberties & Public Policy Program and its sister program PopDev, and has written on feminist issues for Mic, Bustle, and What NOW, the blog of the National Organization for Women's NYC chapter. She currently works at Sakhi for South Asian Women, an advocacy organization that supports immigrant survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence through an array of culturally competent services and programs. Senti loves 90s pop, a bold lip, and is always hunting for the perfectly spicy Bloody Mary. She lives in Brooklyn.

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The Feministing Five: Fanshen Cox DiGiovanni

What does it mean to be mixed race in the United States today? Where does racial categorization come from and why does it matter? How do we critically engage with race and racism for our collective liberation?

What does it mean to be mixed race in the United States today? Where does racial categorization come from and why does it matter? How do we critically engage with race and racism for our collective liberation? ...

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