Sisters Uncut

Where is Ana Mendieta? Protestors storm opening night at the Tate
Reportage

Where is Ana Mendieta? Protestors storm opening night at the Tate

Enough is enough — Protestors stormed the opening of a new wing at London's Tate Modern gallery this weekend, to protest the exclusion of artist Ana Mendieta's work, and to highlight the way women are treated in the industry.

Written by: Taylor McGraa

Dead Women Can't Vote: Why we chained ourselves to Parliament
Activism

Dead Women Can't Vote: Why we chained ourselves to Parliament

The fight isn't over — Direct action group Sisters Uncut donned suffragette outfits and chained themselves to the Houses of Parliament last night, as an expensive piece of art was unveiled inside to commemorate the struggle for women's suffrage. Why? Because dead women can't vote.

Written by: Sisters Uncut

Sisters Uncut are demanding action on domestic violence
Activism

Sisters Uncut are demanding action on domestic violence

"We won't ask nicely, we are losing our sisters" — London has only just elected a new Mayor, but Sisters Uncut - London's radical woman and non-binary led campaign group - are already calling for urgent action on domestic violence. There's a crisis: two thirds of women in the English capital are turned away from refuges due to a lack of space and resources, and Sadiq Khan needs to take action.

Written by: Taylor McGraa

The feminist activists sparking a new wave of radical protest
Activism

The feminist activists sparking a new wave of radical protest

Fighting to end violence against women — Whether it's Sisters Uncut or the photographers turning acts of domestic violence into inspirational art, activists are discovering innovative means to promote social change.

Written by: Adam White

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