Every issue of the monthly published feminist magazine »an.schläge« is dedicated to a brave women - a superheroine.
Milena Jesenská //10.08.1896-17.05.1944 //
was a Czech journalist, writer, editor and translator. Her translation of Kafka’s »The Stoker« was the first translation of his writings into Czech. After the occupation of Czechoslovakia by the German army, Jesenská joined an underground resistance movement and helped many Jewish and political refugees to emigrate. Jesenská died of kidney failure in the concentration camp Ravensbrück.
Hevrin Khalaf // 15.11.1984-12.10.2019 //
was a Kurdish-Syrian politician and civil engineer. Khalaf served as the Secretary General of the Future Syria Party after working for many years in Rojava. She was killed by Turkish-backed Ahrar al-Sharqiya fighters near the M4 Motorway in Northern Syria during the Turkish military operation »Operation Spring Peace« against SDF forces in Rojava.
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