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Intersectionality in Lebanon

Being a woman in a man’s world is not a piece of cake. Being a black woman in a white man’s world is not a piece of cake. Being a black woman from a developing African country in a Western-dominated white man’s world is not a piece of cake. Last but never least, if you are all that and a domestic worker in Lebanon or in the Middle East then you are, my poor helpless friend, entering the rusted locks of modern slavery.

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