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Marie Moïse

Marie Moïse is an activist based in Milan and a PhD candidate in political philosophy at the University of Padova and Toulouse. She is an editor of Jacobin Italia and writes about racism, feminism, and politics of care. She is a contributor to Future. Il domani narrato dalle voci di oggi (effequ, 2019), edited by Igiaba Scego, and co-translator of Women, Race, and Class by Angela Davis (Alegre, 2018). If she could, she would dedicate all of her time to feminist and anti-racist activism.

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