Compiled and written by Lauren MacDonald Women have been playing a leading role in the ongoing #EndSARS movement against police brutality and government violence in Nigeria. One nascent women’s group in particular, the Feminist Coalition, has used digital platforms to mobilize funds and design strategies to support protesters across Nigeria. Their leadership and effectiveness must be acknowledged and remembered, say authors Chiedo Nwankwor and Elor Nkereuwem. Women’s engagement in political mobilization across Africa is not new but it is too often minimized or erased in the retelling of events.
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