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Yejide Orunmila, ANWO President

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Colonialism is the greatest threat to African women

The following is an excerpt from the 2024 Political Report to the ANWO Convention written by Yejide Orunmila. Using African Internationalism, we can provide a...

African women, get fit for the fight!

As we step into the new year, it is a great time for African women to prioritize our health and well-being by making conscious...

Women visible victims of Sudan’s Imperialist driven war 

As the war in Sudan enters its seventh month, millions of Africans continue to be displaced and thousands killed. According to the latest reports,...

U.S. recruits Viola Davis, others for white power in black face “Advisory Council”

The Biden-Harris U.S. presidential administration announced the inaugural members of the Advisory Council on African Diaspora Engagement in the United States. The group of...

Child Protective Services charged with genocide and kidnapping African children in National Day of Action

Every August for the last three years, the African National Women’s Organization (ANWO) has held our national day of action in response to the...

ANWO’s 2023 Black Women’s Convention signals a major shift in the political development of African women

With the theme “Burning this system down, lifting our sisters up,” the African National Women’s Organization (ANWO) held its Black Women’s Convention in-person from...

FBI attacks because Black is Back

Presented by African National Women’s Organization (ANWO) President Yejide Orunmila at the Black is Back webinar themed: FBI Attacks Against Black Liberation, on February...

African and colonized working class women building international alliance targeting imperialism, colonialism

WASHINGTON, D.C.—From March 4 - 5, 2023 representatives from the African National Women’s Organization (ANWO) attended the International Women’s Alliance (IWA) U.S. Political Conference...

Colonialism won’t liberate Afghan women!

The following article is excerpted from a presentation delivered by African National Women's Organization (ANWO) President Yejide Orunmila during a September 7, 2021 live forum broadcast...

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