Overview: From Tamale to Paris, Hong Kong to Texas and back to Ouagadougou, this collection of scholarly chapters, poetry and personal essays theorizes the lives of African women and people of marginalized genders on the continent and the diaspora. The book is an important intervention in conversations on social movements and their convergence with digital media and other praxis tools. The contributors bring a refreshing perspective to discourses on African feminists’ agency and how this manifests in their organizing in the physical world and in the digital public sphere. The volume demonstrates the relationships between the struggles of African feminists on the continent and the diaspora charting pathways for African scholars to build coalitions and work toward collective liberation.
Intersectionality in African Digital Organizing: A Ghanaian Perspective
Wunpini Fatimata Mohammed (2023). “Intersectionality in African Digital Organizing: A Ghanaian Perspective.” Communication, Culture & Critique. https://doi.org/10.1093/ccc/tcad007 Abstract: Although there is growing scholarship on intersectionality in African feminist movements, there are still […]