Prof. Sarab Abu-Rabia Queder is a faculty member of the Department of Education at Ben-Gurion University and is BGU Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion. Her academic research deals with three main areas: inequality among disadvantaged groups in the workforce and in higher education, epistemic justice, and indigenous feminism. Prof. Abu-Rabia Queder teaches courses on gender and feminism in the Arab world and on the sociology of racism in education, and has published numerous books and articles in those fields. In addition to her academic work, she is also active in rights-based issues. She recently headed a team of experts addressing education and the Coronavirus crisis. Prof. Abu-Rabia Queder has long been active in the area of Palestinian women’s rights, and in 2019 won the Katan Award for social activism in academia, given by the Ruah Nashit (“Women’s Spirit”) Association honoring the legacy of the late Prof. Yossi Katan.