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|Born||25 April 1954|
|Alma mater||University of Łódź|
|Occupation||writer, feminist, sociologist|
|Political party||Greens 2004|
Kinga Maria Dunin-Horkawicz (born 1954 in Łódź) is a Polish writer, feminist, and sociologist.
She is a columnist for the Wysokie Obcasy (women's extra of the Gazeta Wyborcza )  and academic teacher at the Medical University of Warsaw. Before 1989 she was active in the democratic opposition (KOR and samizdat among others).  Member of the New Left intellectual milieu Krytyka Polityczna and of the Polish Greens 2004. 
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Halina Birenbaum is a Holocaust survivor, writer, poet, translator and activist.
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Wiera Gran, real name Dwojra Grynberg was a Polish singer and actress of Jewish ancestry.
Agnieszka Graff, is a Polish writer, translator, commentator, feminist and women's and human rights activist. She studied in Oxford University, Amherst College, and graduated from School of Social Sciences at Polish Academy of Sciences. She completed her PhD in English literature in 1999. In 2001 she published World without women, which was nominated to Nike Award in 2002. She works at the Warsaw University's Institute of the Americas and Europe, and gives lectures on gender studies.
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Kinga may refer to:
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