Intersectional Emancipation – Pan- African Feminists struggles – Connecting the dots between Africa and the Diaspora

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African / Black Feminist Thought and intersectionality – Between Academia, Civil Society and grassroots activism!

Pan- African Feminists struggles – Connecting the dots between Africa and the Diaspora

Discussion with Dr. llza Maria dos Santos Amado Vaz – Sao Tome and Principe

Moderation: Sister Ballé Moudoumou (ABC).

DATE: 23rd July 2022

Time: 7pm

Place: BIWOC RISING, Dresdener Str. 11, 10999 Berlin, Germany

An Event from ABC and for members of the networks of the African / Black Community especially African / Black women

In order to achieve intersectional justice for African / Black women, one has to work on intersectional Emancipation. Intersectional Emancipation is the tenet of achieving intersectional justice in our movements

 

 

  1. What role does the intersectional emancipation of African/Black women play in our Pan-African Struggles in the Motherland and the Diaspora.
  2. How can we connect the variety (and interrelation) of struggles?
  3. How can we confront the challenges arising from African perspectives and Western internalizations?

Dr. llza Maria dos Santos Amado Vaz – graduated in Law and specialised in customs law. She was the director general of Customs (1999- 2016) and served as the Minister of Justice, Public Administration and Human Rights of Sao Tome and Principe (2016-2018).
Her Book on Participation of African Women in politics is awaiting publishing.

 

Start Date - End Date

Jul 23, 2022 - Jul 23, 2022

Start Time - End Time

7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Event Location

Dresdenerstr. 11 Berlin, Berlin 10999 Germany

Category

Organizer

African / Black Community – PEACE

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