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The Dangers of Aspiring for a Better Africa

I recently had a mid-mid-life crisis; I threw caution to the air, left my job and did a bit of traveling (what’s a mid-mid-life crisis if not an excuse to re-live a more budget-friendly eat-pray-love?). 540 more words

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A show of true Allyship; The 101s!

Perhaps one of the most interesting things to observe, as a womyn who has constantly had to battle with and teach misogynists online is the reaction of men when they are called out by fellow men vis-a-vis when they are called out by me, or any other womyn. 642 more words

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"Akarwa k' abakobwa"

Nothing is as unraveling as a story heard for the second time under different circumstances. In Burundi, while in a junior high Kirundi Class, I learnt about a hidden and isolated place where unmarried pregnant girls were left to die. 909 more words

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Through a Feminist (camera) Lens

Marie Ainomugisha is an East African feminist creative using visual and literary mediums to tell and amplify stories about the people of Africa; centering the experiences of all who identify as women.  24 more words

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“WOMEN AND TAX” - By Hon. Adeke Anna Ebaju

In this post, we are delighted to have the Honourable Adeke Anna Ebaju (National female youth Member of the Ugandan Parliament) share with us a policy recommendation piece that addresses the constitutional rights and livelihoods of Ugandan women in relation to the excise duty tax amendment bill of 2018. 3,348 more words

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Harassment is NOT Love!

Sometimes in my moments of despair at how unending feminist work is, I feel like we are constantly taking one step forward and two steps back. 931 more words

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Afro Trotter Diaries

Curiousity.
To quell insatiable thirsts
To Explore. Discover. Grow.
Put things in perspective.
Connect.
To respect the wanderlust women screaming within…

Some of the reasons we trot. 488 more words

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