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Lucinda Marshall

Lucinda Marshall

Lucinda Marshall is the founder and director of the Feminist Peace Network (www.feministpeacenetwork.org) and the co-author of the Occupy Patriarchy blog (www.occupypatriarchy.org). The Feminist Peace Network, founded in 2001, advocates for the human rights of women and raises awareness about misogyny and the global pandemic of violence against women. In addition to authoring the Occupy Patriarchy blog (with Kathy Miriam) and the FPN blog, Marshall also has a personal blog, Reclaiming Medusa (www.LucindaMarshall.com). Her work has been published by numerous publications in the United States and abroad.

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Women of the Roundtable

Women of the Roundtable

June 12, 2012

A discussion in Washington, D.C., last week brought together women representing the necessary elements to drive forward the National Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security. More »

Exclusive: U.S. Acts on Women, Peace and Security

Exclusive: U.S. Acts on Women, Peace and Security

January 31, 2012

A new action plan opens far-reaching possibilities to improve the security of women and the world. With some caution, women’s peace advocates plan to monitor its implementation. More »

OWS—Where Does Feminism Fit?

OWS—Where Does Feminism Fit?

November 21, 2011

As the Occupy Wall Street movement expands, women are working to make sure feminist issues are front and center. Here, the co-author of the new website Occupy Patriarchy outlines what it will take to succeed. More »