Minna Salami, “What Is African Feminism, Actually?” Msafropolitan, 6 December 2017.
Feminist Freedom Warriors (FFW) is a digital video archive documenting cross-generational conversations about justice, politics and hope with feminist scholar-activists. This collaborative effort features Chandra Talpade Mohanty, and Linda Carty in conversation with comrades and sisters in struggle, with Kim E. Powell and Taveeshi Singh providing creative, research, and technical assistance.
SOAWR documentary on the voices of women in rural context around the Maputo Protocol (Senegal and Nigeria):
Sisters in Law: Stories from a Cameroon Court is a feature-length documentary film by Florence Ayisi and Kim Longinotto portraying aspects of women’s lives and work in the judicial system in Cameroon, West Africa:
The African Gender Institute at the University of Cape Town is a feminist research unit, committed to political work on the African continent. The institute focuses on writing, publications, research processes and partnerships, network-building and participative learning.
The African Feminist Initiative was established in April 2015 as an intellectual hub for African feminist research and teaching in North America. In addition to sponsoring scholarly and creative presentations, the AFI will host an annual conference focusing on critical and emerging themes in African feminism. They will also engage in research projects and capacity-building activities with colleagues, both in the United States and at various African universities.
African Feminist Resources/Blogs:
AWA: la revue de la femme noire: an independent magazine produced in Dakar, Senegal by a network of African women between 1964 and 1973.
One in Nine Campaign: South African collective of organizations and individuals motivated by feminist principles and the desire to live in a society where women are the agents of their own lives. The Campaign supports survivors of sexual violence.