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Motherhood and Capitalism

At the surface level, Africa copies and longs for what the West has today: the technology, the economic power, the political system and the educational

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African Feminists Need to Determine Their Priorities

“It is unrealistic to undermine the effects of stigma, past trauma, and poverty in our societies on an occupation like sex work. It always leaves women exposed to potential exploitation. We have to ensure that women are protected mentally and physically.”

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Failure to stand in imperialism’s way

Standing in imperialism’s way means: let us NOT govern our countries in the mindset of the colonialists. Let’s actually attempt or endeavor to meet the common aspirations of the mass of people who were fighting for the liberation struggle.

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Motherhood and Capitalism

At the surface level, Africa copies and longs for what the West has today: the technology, the economic power, the political system and the educational

Read More

African Feminists Need to Determine Their Priorities

“It is unrealistic to undermine the effects of stigma, past trauma, and poverty in our societies on an occupation like sex work. It always leaves women exposed to potential exploitation. We have to ensure that women are protected mentally and physically.”

Read More

Failure to stand in imperialism’s way

Standing in imperialism’s way means: let us NOT govern our countries in the mindset of the colonialists. Let’s actually attempt or endeavor to meet the common aspirations of the mass of people who were fighting for the liberation struggle.

Read More

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