We exist to defend the interest of poor and working class African women all over the world.

From Bahia to Newark, African women are contending with the oppressive forces of the colonial state.  ANWO works in community to organize our people for power and ultimate liberation.

LATEST BLOG POSTS

protesters holds sign on street corner
September 1, 2021 ANWO

#ArrestCPS National Day of Action Hits 9 Cities

Another black child was kidnapped today, was the rallying call that the African

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August 20, 2021 ANWO

ANWO Organizing Anti-CPS Response in Cities throughout the U.S.

ANOTHER BLACK CHILD WAS KIDNAPPED TODAY! African women throughout the U.S. have been

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Crop anonymous black couple arguing together in bathroom
August 11, 2021 ANWO

ANWO’s Response to Sexual Victimization within the Movement

On August 5, 2021 the African National Women’s Organization (ANWO) was made aware of

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April 1, 2021 ANWO

“Representation Matters” matters to Capitalism

In February Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala (Nigeria) became the first woman and African to be

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