#BlackGirlsWrapWednesday

The #BlackGirlsWrapWednesday is a movement started by the African National Women’s Organization when our young organizers at Gibbs High School were told that they could not wear their African headwraps to school. 17-year-old Jelani Masozi  was told that her headwrap was a violation of school dress code and  was forced her to take it off […]

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Phoenix Protest – Solidarity with Kushinda

In solidarity with Kushinda Olanrewaju’s month-long protest against London Borough of Brent , the African National Women’s Organization Phoenix (ANWO PHX)  branch held a two-hour demonstration in front of Arizona Science Center. During the two hours, organizers passed out ANWO PHX’s branch  letter of support explaining the campaign.  There were many that attempted to avoid […]

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ANWO DC Holds Solidarity Protest Supporting Kushinda

ANWO DC members Yejide Orunmila and Antoinette Taylor and African People’s Socialist Party member Aaron O’Neal held a solidarity protest  in support of Kushinda Olanrewaju who has been protesting targeted attacks by  London Borough of Brent. Local members in D.C. held up signs outside of the British Embassy that read #DefendAfricanWomen , Stop Britain’s Attack […]

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London: Black August Protest for Justice – #DefendAfricanWomen

Since August 9th, Kushinda Olanrewaju (Shirley Campbell) has held daily demonstrations in front of the Brent Civic Centre to protest the targeted assault on her and her family. Most of these assaults are aimed at removing Kushinda’s access to benefits that would allow her to remain the full time carer for her learning disabled son, […]

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