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Women protest denouncing the violence that took place against them at an earlier protest against the military, in Omdurman, Sudan December 23, 2021. REUTERS/El Tayeb Siddig
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Sudanese women advancing justice and equality since the 1920s


Rogaia Abusharaf, a professor of anthropology at Georgetown University Qatar, talks with host Aloysius Ordu about the leading role Sudanese women have played in movements for peace and justice from the early 1920s to the recent Sudanese revolution (2018-19). Dr. Abusharaf also describes her research on African migrations and the Intersectionality of race, gender, and politics.


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