Our HERStories series explore the lives and document the experiences of various women from all walks of life. In this piece, our volunteer Yabi Deres from Addis Ababa strikes up a conversation with Habtamua in the city of Bahir Dar, Ethiopia. Advertisements
In AfricanFeminism’s (AF) ongoing featuring of Inspiring African Feminists, as part of our HERStories series, we feature Scheaffer Okore from Kenya. Scheaffer is the Vice chairperson of Ukweli Party and head of programs for civic engagement at Siasa place. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in International Relations and Diplomacy from the University of Nairobi.
Marie Ainomugisha is an East African feminist creative using visual and literary mediums to tell and amplify stories about the people of Africa; centering the experiences of all who identify as women. OF WOMEN OF SOLIDARITY MARCHES ~ You can see more of Marie’s work at http://soafricane.com/. Follow her on instagram and twitter @soafricane
The Ugandan Women’s March took place on Saturday June 30th, 2018 in the capital Kampala. After initial denial to grant a protest permit by the Inspector General of Police (IGP), the women’s protest working group successfully lobbied the Internal Affairs Minister, until the last minute to get police to approve their march permit. This post…
This is the last piece in our three-part series this week on sexual harassment in the workplace.
This is the second piece in our series on workplace sexual harassment this week.
This week AfricanFeminism (AF) is running three series pieces on workplace sexual harassment, documenting and sharing the perspectives of other African women.