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Zina Abu Ali

Kaituhi Tūtahi | Contributing Writer

Zina Abu Ali (she/her) is a queer Middle Eastern researcher and activist. She researches and advocates for the rights of ethnic queer communities within Aotearoa. Her work has a primary emphasis on the tertiary education sector. Zina is committed to empowering marginalised youth and levelling the playing field as much as possible.

Everything By: Zina Abu Ali

Society12.02.24

In this exchange, Zina Abu Ali and Makanaka Tuwe reflect on how rainbow capitalism and pinkwashing obscure violence, tug on our belongingness wounds, and erase the abolitionist history of the Pride movement.

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