This is what happens when African women claim Africa and African “People”.

On Tuesday, March 15th President Yejide Orunmila of ANWO and other Uhuru Movement Leaders from the U.S. and Sweden,  Gazi Kodzo, Makda Yohannes, and Sia Aqli; convened a live talk on the question of whether Feminism is for black people.  This discussion was centered to provide an African Internationalist basis for fighting the oppression of […]

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London Convenes Community Forum on African Women

On the 12th of March African National Women’s Organization (ANWO) London participated in the Africa Must Unite: End the Special Oppression of African Women event which was organized by the African Socialist International.  The reemergence of political consciousness in the oppressed African masses is having a profound impact on black liberation strategies as African people […]

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First they Fail Us, Then they Jail Us!

In a previous report we described the conditions that 29 year old Meshach Boland has been subjected to over the last 17 years.  Denied vital mental health and educational services by the Local Borough of Brent, from the age of 11, Meshach’s condition has only gotten worse leaving him without the tools necessary to manage […]

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