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7 Mar 2020
Every year, March 8 is set aside for the celebration of women. This special day known as the International Women’s Day is a chance from women, nonbinary folks, and male allies to join together to fight for their rights. Also, it is an opportunity to celebrate the many accomplishments of women worldwide while demanding for…
22 Feb 2020
A female Saudi rap artiste identified as Asayel Slay is facing prison time after praising women as "powerful and beautiful" in a rap music video titled Bint Makkah ("Girl from Mecca"). In the song, Asayel Slay raps about women in the city of Mecca (Islam's holiest site). "Our respect to other girls but the Mecca…
1 Jan 2020
Stage plays, especially sophisticated and excellently delivered ones, are gradually taking a flight from Nigerian theatre. Worse still, a form of art like music
8 Dec 2019
Within months of Sudan's first women's football league kicking off, the championship's emerging stars are being hailed as icons for equal rights

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