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Directed by Peter Bratt

The suppression of female stories in history is rampant – often to the detriment of the greater society – but more importantly to the people who need heroines that reflect who they are, as shown recently by the Oscar-nominated film Hidden Figures. Dolores Huerta, co-founder of the United Farm Workers of America, has been virtually erased from the history books, unlike well-known Cesar Chavez, the frontman of the migrant workers’ movement. In Peter Bratt’s documentary Dolores, Huerta finally gets her heroic narrative on the big screen. It’s a mix of historical footage and interviews with family and other activists of the day, and is an honest portrayal of the life and political passion of a long-forgotten woman. She is one of the reasons I still don’t buy seedless grapes! Her story adds another notch to the reflection that we all need: a female campaigner stepping above the parapet for individual rights, for all our rights.

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We’re thrilled to have the star of everyone’s favourite prison dramedy on the cover of this month’s DIVA. In a brilliant interview written by editor Carrie Lyell, Taylor Schilling opens up about sexuality, sisterhood and why Orange Is The New Black still has audiences hooked five seasons in. Also in this issue… - Mae Martin goes on a long overdue Tinder date with deputy ed Roxy Bourdillon - Ani DiFranco on why patriarchy is the elephant in the room - Zoe Lyons: “I met my wife on Lesvos” - Jane Hill shares her love letter to Canada - Queer travel bloggers tell us their top tips for a great gaycation - Long distance relationships: the good, the bad and the Megabus - Why we fight: How boxing is changing women’s lives Plus eco-friendly travel, female craft brewsters and more!
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