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Dan Moshenberg founded Women In and Beyond the Global, a open access feminist forum.
The monologue of her silence
The Senegalese director, Khady Sylla, made films out of the impossible and the untranslatable.
How much is an African body worth?
An African refugee in Britain seeks assistance. He is thrown behind bars, often shackled. He fasts in protest. He is shackled and shipped out on the next charter flight.
My Own Private Mangaung
In Sudan, “freedom for my mum”
The Story of South African Farming is a Women’s Story
On Sunday night, Aminata Touré was named Prime Minister of Senegal
George Bush and Nicholas Kristof’s Hunger Games
We hope the “women of Africa,” who are being discovered yet again, appreciate all the good work being done for them.
The Poo Fighters
Townships and informal settlements are not dump grounds but living breathing communities where the residents are tired of being treated like shit.
The Real Housewives of Harare
The case of Ethiopian journalist Reeyot Alemu
Why France doesn’t want to let Aminata Traoré in and Germany allowed her only inside Berlin’s city limits
Cinderella is Pissed
No, Africans don’t remember Margaret Thatcher fondly
Thatcher’s energetic opposition to sanctions and support for right wing forces prolonged the state of violence across the breadth of Southern Africa.