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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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Culture in Africa’s New Liberation Struggle

The [colonised] people are only able to create and develop the liberation movement because they keep their culture alive despite the continually organised repression of their cultural life, continuing to resist culturally, even when their political and military resistance is destroyed. It is cultural resistance which at any given moment can take on new forms – political, economic, military – to fight foreign domination.” ~ Amilcar Cabral

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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.”

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

Culture in Africa’s New Liberation Struggle

The [colonised] people are only able to create and develop the liberation movement because they keep their culture alive despite the continually organised repression of their cultural life, continuing to resist culturally, even when their political and military resistance is destroyed. It is cultural resistance which at any given moment can take on new forms – political, economic, military – to fight foreign domination.” ~ Amilcar Cabral

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