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Houria Bouteldja is a French-Algerian political activist and blogger. She is also the spokesperson of the Party of the Indigenous of the Republic (PIR).

Feminist or not? Thinking about the possibility of a “decolonial feminism” with James Baldwin and Audre Lorde

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baldwin-lorde-400x249I must confess that I do not have a definitive answer to this question: "Should one be feminist or not?"

Behind Islamophobia, Fascism and Complicit Antifascism

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houria bouteldjaPaper presented by Houria Bouteldja at the fifth international conference on Islamophobia at Berkeley (April 17th, 2014)

Dieudonné through the prism of the white Left, or conceptualizing a domestic internationalism

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A group rarely vows eternal loyalty to political organizations that do not serve that group’s interests. From this materialist point of view, populations coming from immigration or from the popular neighborhoods have no reason to stay loyal to the Left. And they are right. Their fault lies not in freeing themselves from the Left. It lies in the fact that they are going from one master to another; of changing guardians. Their mistake is that they chose the easier path, and avoided the paths of autonomy.
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Gay universalism, homoracialism and marriage for all

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I’ve learned my lesson. And I think I finally understand. It would seem that words are important. So here are the words I said about gay marriage on the set of Ce soir ou jamais on 6 November 2012.

Islamophobia: when the Whites lose their Triple A rating

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Response to the question "Is France Islamophobic?" asked by Newsring.houria-bouteldja

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