Press TV conducted an interview with Yejide Orunmila, President of the African National Women's Organization - ANWO, to discuss the protests against police brutality in the United States.Posted by African National Women's Organization - ANWO on Tuesday, April 28, 2015
African students in U.S. face systems of oppression
President Yejide Orunmila is interviewed by Iran's Press TV about alarming report that exposes the suspension and expulsion rates of African students in the U.S. south. #schooltoprisonpipelinePosted by African National Women's Organization - ANWO on Thursday, August 27, 2015
#BlackGirlsWrapWednesday Gets National Attention
#BlackGirlsWrapWedneday is a strategy of the African National Women's Organization - ANWO and overall Uhuru Movement to push for self-determination for African people. More than just a cultural assault, the dress code policy is a power move to control the lives of African people. We have demands such as changing the dress code so that it affirms African culture, black community control of the schools and police and to establish ANWO chapter on school campus that will amplify the voices of the student body. Learn more at anwouhuru.org or at theburningspear.comPosted by African National Women's Organization - ANWO on Monday, September 12, 2016
Press TV asked President Yejide Orunmila for her thoughts on George Zimmerman auctioning off the gun that killed Trayvon Martin.Posted by African National Women's Organization - ANWO on Friday, May 13, 2016
Stand with Kushinda! Defend African Women!
Since August 9th Kushinda Olanrewaju has been sitting in daily protest against targeted attempts by Brent Council to render her homeless and without resources. #DefendAfricanWomen We need the community to sit in protest with her especially if you are going through similar issues. Learn more: http://anwouhuru.org/defend-kushinda-defend-african-women/Posted by African National Women's Organization - ANWO on Wednesday, August 17, 2016