Literary events taking place virtually this week!
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In a nation as solipsistic as the US, we don’t hear much about politics in other countries. This is doubly true when it comes to woman-centered movements, and triply true when those movements are in Africa. In an opinion piece for the Guardian, Minna Salami talks about feminist success stories the Western world has largely ignored: […]