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100 Women Street Gallery

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subpagesRaz Xaidan • ڕاز خه‌یدانRehana • ڕێحانه‌Arayish Barzinjee-Martsch • ئارایش به‌رزه‌نجیSiham Mamand • سیهام مامه‌ندTaban Shoresh • تابان شۆرشChiman Zebari • چیمه‌ن زێباریHepse Khani Naqib • حه‌پسه‌ خانی نه‌قیبZhala • ژاڵه‌Nadia Murad • نادییه‌ مورادLady Adela • خاتوو ئه‌دێلاShene Jabar • شێنێ جه‌بارAsaneth Barzani • ئەسانێث بارزانیFanya Ismail • فه‌نیا اسماعیلVian RahmanHamayil Zebari • حه‌مایل خان مه‌حمود ئاغا ( زێباری) بارزانیBehind the scenesBiza Barzo • بیزا به‌رزۆChopy FatahBerivan Aslan • بێریڤان ئه‌سلانKhadija Mezori • خدیجه‌ مزوریEman Ibrahim (Razzaq) • ئیمان ڕه‌زاقBayan Mahmud BombaShukran Akta • شوکران ئه‌کتاRosa KarimJehan Mukawel • جیهان موکه‌وه‌لLeyla Zana • له‌یلا زاناKochar Saleh HajiWarte Abubair AliMina Jaf • مینا جافDuriye Avni • دوریا عه‌ونیKeghan Baban • کێغان بابانHajan MajeedAyshe Shan Nemir (Eyşe Şan Nemir) • عائیشه‌ شانBehar Ali • به‌هار علیShrihan Rasho AliSazan Hendrix • سازان هێندریکسLeyla Qasim • له‌یلا قاسمQueen Helena of Erbil • هێلێنا یه‌کی هه‌ولێرJwan FathullahRazer Fahmy • ڕازه‌ر فه‌همیBeri Shalmashi • بێری شالمه‌شیRuwayda Mustafa • ڕووه‌یده‌ موسته‌فاSayran B • سه‌یران بBayan Sami Abdul Rahman • به‌یان سامی عبدالرحمانSazan Mandalawi • سازان مه‌نده‌لاویNazand Begikhani • نازه‌ند به‌گخانیMargaret George Shello • مارگه‌رێت جۆرج شیلۆHuda SarhangSeivan Behdinan • سێڤیان بادهینانRavan Ja'afar Al Taei • ڕاڤان جعفر الطايParwas HusseinHouzan Mahmoud • هۆزان مه‌حمودAida Mihandoost • ئه‌دا میهان دۆستFlorin GorgisSinem Bedirxan • سینه‌م خان به‌درخانSazan Amin • سازان امینShirin Kittani-Aqrawi • شیرین کتانی عقراویMesture Erdelan • مه‌ستوره‌ ئه‌رده‌لانDella Murad • دێلا مورادLeila Bedirkhan • له‌یلا به‌درخانShifa Zikri Ibrahim (Shifa Gardi) • شیفا گه‌ردیChnar Berwari • چنار به‌رواری

First exhibited in April of 2019, the 100 Women Street Gallery was launched by Dashni Morad to highlight women's accomplishments in the world by featuring 100 women from ancient history through the modern day in a traveling 'street gallery' exhibit. The story of Kurdish women is symbolic of the greater Kurdish struggle for independence and self-government. For decades, women in Kurdistan have been standing up against suppressive governments and patriarchal society. Only in recent years have Kurdish women been recognized for their bravery defending their homelands, and for their principled leadership across all sectors of society. The exhibit also highlights women of other backgrounds as well.