A long-standing activist, Staša Zajović was born in 1953 in Niksic, Yugoslavia. She holds a degree in Romance languages from the University of Belgrade and is fluent in Italian, Spanish, and English. Since her student days, she has been a civil rights activist and heavily involved in the first feminist initiatives in the former Yugoslavia. In 1991, inspired by the Women in Black of Israel and Palestine, Staša Zajović established and cofounded Women in Black in Belgrade. Since this time, she has continued to be a strong feminist and antimilitarist voice in Serbia. She is an initiator, organizer, or active participant in all antiwar actions, performances, peace marches, and other street actions undertaken by the Women in Black against war, nationalism, militarism, and fundamentalism. In ...

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