On her article, El-Ejla Chejh Alla (Ayla Chejh) talks about the operation of the National Union of Sahrawi Woman, and their struggles during war times
Video depicts the everyday lives and stories of women who live in Sahrawi refugee camps in Algeria
The alternatives include developing technologies based on the principles of agroecology
On the 96th birthday of the Mozambican poet Noémia de Sousa, we share a poem about Black resistance and kinship
Read the story of Maria Adosinda, a Mozambican feminist militant who was dedicated to fighting violence and exploitation
How feminist women are organizing the struggle for their rights and against political violence
Ama Pratt shared her experiences at Pan African TV during Capire’s feminism and communications webinar
Nana Aïcha looks into the World March of Women’s experience in the struggle for peace, exposing the situation of the ongoing war in Mali
On this International Day of Solidarity with Sahrawi Women, Sultana Khaya denounces the persecution she has suffered from the Moroccan occupation in Western Sahara
For the freedom of the people of Western Sahara, here’s a poem by Salka Embarek
Understand the violent military regime that took over power in Sudan and the struggles against it
Read to Sophy Ngalapi’s contribution at the “Anti-systemic struggles to live free of violence” webinar
Read and listen to Marié Crescence’s contribution at the “Anti-systemic Struggles To Live Free of Violence” webinar
Theodora Pius shared experiences and struggles on how woman build feminist economy
The feminist researcher Patricia McFadden talks about new feminist paradigms to refuse subalternity and focus on women’s potentialities.
Wilhelmina Trout points to historical challenges in South African women's struggle for political participation to dismantle patriarchal capitalism.
Read and listen to this interview with the feminist activist and researcher Patricia McFadden on gendered nationalism and the power of feminism for women’s liberation.
Today, July 31st, Africa’s Women’s Day, we listen to a chant and a message by Graça Samo, of the International Secretariat of the World March of Women.
The anti-colonial leader Marie Koré brought women together in struggle to demand freedom for political prisoners in the 1940s.
Mekatilili led a rebellion against colonialist violence during the British occupation of her country
In Kenya, women are fighting for food sovereignty and climate justice by taking care and highlighting the importance of indigenous seeds
Read about Kenyan director Wanuri Kahiu's feature film that portrays a lesbian relationship in a neighborhood in Nairobi.
In this interview, Solange Koné talks about women's political participation, the challenges of the pandemic and feminist practices for peace
Maira Domingos offers reflections on compulsory motherhood, conservatism, and patriarchal relationships in marriage
Listen to a song in Luo language by the Kenyan artist Lydiah Dola
World March of Women militants from the Philippines and Morocco recorded a video to denounce women’s precarious work conditions in the textile industry.
Nzira Deus exposes land encroachment and violence in Mozambique and shares feminist strategies toward organizing for change.
Read and listen to the words of Sophie Dowllar, of the World March of Women of Kenya, from her contribution at the “Challenges of Grassroots Feminism” Webinar.
Watch the video exposing the violence suffered by African women in oil palm plantations
Jean Ngobi, from the World March of Women Uganda, talks about how big international companies are affecting women’s live in Africa
Watch Balti Zaina, of the Amazigh people, talk about the struggles of women to defend their land and fight the attacks from the Moroccan state
Sefu Sanni from the World March of Women Kenya talks about what it takes for African countries to achieve food sovereignty
The poem “Exhausted Woman” was written by Linda Kouamé, also known as L’Encre des Étoiles (Ink of the Stars).