Inna Michaeli is a feminist activist and sociologist, based in Berlin, Germany, raised in Haifa, Palestine/Israel, and born in St. Petersburg, Russia. In the past 20 years she took part in queer and feminist struggles, political education and organizing by and for migrant women, and Palestine liberation and solidarity. She holds a doctoral degree in sociology from the Humboldt University of Berlin, and is a Board Member of the Jewish Voice for a Just Peace in the Middle East (Germany)
Published in: North Africa, West Asia: OpinionWhy Germany gets it wrong about antisemitism and Palestine
Fears about antisemitism are understandable, given German history – but in fact, it’s the unquestioning support for...
Published in: 50.50We were never gender binary: It’s time to reclaim radical lesbian feminism
Let’s set the record straight: lesbians have always rebelled against the gender binary and sexual repression. We...
Published in: North Africa, West AsiaAre litmus tests on culture spreading from Israel to Berlin?
Pro-Israel journalists and politicians in Germany target a Palestinian arts and culture festival, its curators and...