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  • 'FemMit' magazine gives a voice to East German women
  • 'FemMit' magazine gives a voice to East German women
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'FemMit' magazine gives a voice to East German women

Dresden-based magazine femMit is fighting clichés about women with the aim of elevating new role models. Taking a step back from dominant West German narratives about gender equality, femMit builds on a growing interest in complex, nuanced stories about professional women. 

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