In Greek mythology, Cassandra was cursed by spurned lover Apollo to utter true prophecies, but never to be believed.
Cassandra is now a medium that duels female silence.
Cassandra uplifts free speech and appropriate attention to women who have sometimes struggled or restrained to express themselves because they feared disbelief, judgment, reprisal, or harassment.
Cassandra also tells the stories of emblematic, inspiring women whose achievements and personalities have been once decried, then toned down to fit the popular “role model” rhetoric.
Cassandra stands for Femininity, Liberty and Solidarity. All together.