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Nigerian women’s battle against rape, sexual harassment and religion
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Politics and Society Nigerian women’s battle against rape, sexual harassment and religion

The Nigerian Church is one of the most oppressive institution in the country. Its victims are mostly women and the poor. These past few weeks, the #MeToo movement knocked on the doors of the Church and the response has not been so favourable. Nigerian women still have a huge fight on their hands as they mark small victories, punctuated by huge steps backwards.

Lisa Chiriseri: The young activist working to eradicate pit latrines in schools
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Africans rising Lisa Chiriseri: The young activist working to eradicate pit latrines in schools

Access to education is a basic human right but many young children from disadvantaged backgrounds in Zimbabwe still struggle to get access to learning opportunities because of many barriers. FACEZ (Fund a Child’s Education Zimbabwe), an education fund is helping underprivileged children to get access to education, and improving toilet facilities in schools. Led by Lisa Chiriseri, a young activist, the project currently supports over 90 learners.

Remembering Cheikh Anta Diop: 8 quotes from his seminal works
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Politics and Society Remembering Cheikh Anta Diop: 8 quotes from his seminal works

Today we remember, and celebrate Cheikh Anta Diop, a pre-eminent Senegalese academic, anthropologist, physicist, politician and historian whose groundbreaking research and writing continues to inspire research on race, pre-colonial African culture and Black civilisation. Here’s our selection of 8 excerpts from Diop’s writings.