Alicia Wallace

Alicia Wallace is a women's rights activist, public educator, and cultural critic from Nassau, Bahamas. She is a non-profit consultant and movement builder, and has worked with organizations in Canada, USA, UK, and The Bahamas focused on issues ranging from homelessness to sexual and reproductive rights. She wears an intersectional feminist lens and enjoys learning, sharing ideas, harnessing the power of people, asking questions, and creating solutions. She makes time for cycling, running, cooking, baking, reading, writing, eating cupcakes, and having tea. She tweets as @_AliciaAudrey.

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Alicia Wallace's Contributions
  • Storytelling Can Help End Street Harassment

    Although not every act of street harassment ends in murder — some certainly do — the people experiencing it have no assurance of their safety.  

  • Everyday Respectability Politics

    Respectability politics makes us comfortable. It hoists us up on our high horses, and takes away our responsibility for the way we treat other people. It puts the burden on the marginalized person to adjust their...

  • Faces of Celebrity Feminism

    Over the past few years, feminism has grown in popularity, and this has led the media to put the spotlight on it to sell magazines, get clicks, and earn likes and shares. The media’s interest is not in spreading...

  • Life Lessons From Michael Jackson

    Through his entertainment and the way he lived, Michael Jackson spread the message of peace of love, and taught the world many lessons applicable to our personal lives and careers.

  • Diversity and Inclusion: Breaking the Binary

    The world is a colorful, diverse place, but we somehow minimize it to black and white. How did we come to divide everything and everyone into polarized opposites?

  • Social Media and the Loss of Curiosity

    From MySpace and Hi5 to Facebook and Twitter, our relationship with social media has evolved over the past 15 years. Unfortunately, this may have led to the loss of curiosity and the devolution of our bonds...

  • Music Is Not Always Universal

    Telling the stories of our lives, weaving dreams of lives we wish we had, and bringing back memories in a rush, music is a powerful force. We, as consumers, are primarily concerned with the application of the...