An African Election Tweet-Up: African Feminism With @MsAfropolitan And @fiyawata

What is African, specifically Ghanaian, feminism?

What role did feminism and women’s right in Ghana’s 2008 election and beyond?

What can western feminism learn from African feminism?

Racialicious and National Black Programming Consortium‘s AfroPoP.TV are so thrilled to have Minna Salami (a.k.a. @MsAfropolitan) and Yaba Blay (a.k.a. @fiyawata) as the guests for tomorrow’s tweet-up to talk about these and other questions related to African feminism! We’ll kick off the discussion on Twitter at 11AM EDT with the hashtag #AfricanElection.

So, please join us for our tweetversation tomorrow!

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