Talking back: African feminisms in dialogue

Edited by Rama Salla Dieng.

On the African Women’s Development and Communication Network (FEMNET) based in Kenya.

Islam is interpreted to establish the dominance of men, and this male supremacy is at the root of all our problems.

Teacher, journalist, and photographer, Ndeye Seck, talks about feminism and her teaching practice, the Senegalese education system and her passion for football.

What roles have francophone African women played in movements for pan-African liberation, historically and now?

Talking to other African women about sexual experiences, desires, and fantasies without feeling judged.

The coverage of African women in the mainstream media continues to be lacking and often times problematic. The website, African Feminism, wants to change that.

Afro-feminism does not make enough of an effort to connect with the African feminist movement, argues the founder of Eyala.

The Hub of Loving Action in Africa (HOLAA), promotes conversations about African experiences with sex and sexuality.

Rama Salla Dieng talks with a British literature scholar on literary activism in French.

How young, African feminist scholars are using their life experiences as sources and resources for theorizing their feminism.