White feminisms, non-white feminisms: Assessing the Tariq Ramadan affair 1

In France, since the beginning of the 2000s, we have witnessed the emergence of new feminist dynamics that aim to question hegemonic feminism, which as you know is white; ‘white’ in the sense that, for the most part, it defends the interests of white women. Following the hijab affair, we have seen the emergence of an Islamicate feminism that has challenged the idea of the supposed incompatibility of Islam and feminism.