ANWO Statement to Black students at UCSB, Concerning Sexual Violence

  SANTA BARBARA, CA – We are addressing this letter to the black students at UC Santa Barbara, because we have been confronted with an issue that threatens our community. We are members of the African National Women’s Organization (ANWO), an international organization founded in 2015 as a strategy of the African People’s Socialist Party […]

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Building ANWO in Sweden Amidst the Contradiction of Swedish Feminism

  Editor’s note:  This article represents only one portion of the many contradictions that face African women in Sweden.  In 2012 the Swedish Minister of Culture (a white woman) cut into a cake  made to look like a black mammy character, as if she was performing Female Genital Mutilation.  This happened in a country that […]

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Britain’s Austerity Crisis, Deepens Poverty for African Women

Written by Kushinda Olanrewaju Editor’s Note: Our use of “African” is inclusive of all black people regardless of where we were born. It is important for us to note this for UK readers as there is continued efforts to further segregate African people by using terms like “Black Caribbean,” “Black African,” “Black British” and “Black […]

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