Part I: Liberal Feminism is an Imperialist Project

Sou Mi and Madeleine Freeman This article is the first in a Left Voice series on the situation of women in Afghanistan and the tasks of the international feminist movement in the fight against gender oppression. The return of Taliban rule in Afghanistan promises, and in many areas has already imposed, a rollback of women’s…

Pan-African Women’s Day 2021

Join the All African Women’s Revolutionary Union for an international webinar featuring a panel of young revolutionary African women talking about the role of sisters and youth in the struggle to win Pan-Africanism in the 21st century. Panelists include: – Zakarriyah Kenny from Amilcar Cabral Ideological School Movement – Nigeria – Yolian Ogbu from Horn…

The African Woman: The Invisible Soldier

All African People’s Revolutionary Party (AAPRP) Bissau, Guinea Bissau (March 8, 2019) – Women from the PAIGC party in Guinea Bissau gather for an event on International Women’s Day, two days before legislative elections where a new law required that 36 % of candidates be women. A society without women can be compared to humans…

Amefricanity: The Black Feminism of Lélia Gonzalez

Raquel Barreto Though a quarter of the total population, black women represent just 2% of the legislative body of Brazil’s federal government, the National Congress. Yet their visibility in public debate has grown radically in recent years with younger activists beginning to occupy spaces in media, academia and the arts. Lélia Gonzalez (1935-1994) has become…