On this International Women’s Day, we turn to Africa, where women have a long, rich, and active history of seeing their own liberation and the protection of nature as inseparable and forging ground-breaking campaigns at their intersection. From FOWA in Nigeria and Wangari Maathai in Kenya to today’s generation of activists, listen to Anika Jane Dorothy and Lydia Ayame Hiraide on the movements that the rest of the world can be learning from.
Written by Anika Jane Dorothy and Lydia Ayame Hiraide.
Read by Julia Lagoutte.
Text version: https://www.greeneuropeanjournal.eu/what-african-green-feminist-power-has-to-offer/
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