My Personal Journey to Feminism – Women’s Talk

Kuch Khaas invites you to an evening of women’s talk to mark International Women’s Day.

Join these beautiful and inspiring women in Pakistan as they share their own personal journeys and experiences to feminism.

In conversation with:

Samar Minallah is a documentary filmmaker, and human rights activist from Pakistan. She has produced a number of documentaries, documenting the Vanni and Swara traditions in Pakistan, primarily focused on discrimination against women.

Shazreh Hussain is a Gender and Development specialist. One of her areas of focus is Gender and Islam. She has taught a course on Gender and Islam at the Quaid-e-Azam University. She is also a student of the Mevlavi order of Sufism.

Ms. Fatima is an actress/writer based in NYC. She is a graduate of the two year conservatory at The American Academy of Dramatic Arts, where she performed in productions such as Dear Brutus, Last Summer At Bluefish Cove, and Northshore Fish.

Aisha K is a strong proponent of human rights and is an avid traveler of ideas and spaces. She is a Fulbright scholar and also a film maker, educator and marketer amongst many other redundant labels that define her social identity. The one she prefers is FEMALE.