Afro-feminism is a fundamental feature of Panafricanism

If we do not want equality for every single African human, including African women, then we do not want equality at all; we want certain people to join the oppressors at the oppressors' table.

This Panafrican conversation features Véronique Nyiramongi Mbaye, a copywriter and cultural commentator. She is a feminist who loves telling African stories. Her work principally critiques West and East African post-colonial political movements.

In this episode, Veronique explains how Afro-feminism is a fundamental feature of Panafricanism.

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