“Every time you challenge patriarchy, you are starting a battle” – Dinah Musindarwezo (Rwanda) – 2/4

“Every time you challenge patriarchy, you are starting a battle” – Dinah Musindarwezo (Rwanda) – 2/4

Rwandan advocate Dinah Musindarwezo shares the story of when she had to paid a high price for standing up to patriarchy. All I wanted to know was: was it worth it in the end? Her answer is inspiring.

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“For us girls, there were no praises, just criticism” – Dinah Musindarwezo (Rwanda) – 1/4

“For us girls, there were no praises, just criticism” – Dinah Musindarwezo (Rwanda) – 1/4

Meet Dinah Musindarwezo, a Rwandan feminist who has dedicated her career to advocating for better policies for African women. In this first part of our conversation, she tells me her feminist journey started when she was a little girl questioning the injustices she would observe at home every day.

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“As a feminist, I felt judged by the movement I thought I belonged to.” – Rachel-Diane Cusiac-Barr (Cameroon) 1/3

“As a feminist, I felt judged by the movement I thought I belonged to.” – Rachel-Diane Cusiac-Barr (Cameroon) 1/3

Meet Rachel-Diane Cusiac-Barr, a Cameroonian fashion entrepreneur who thinks being a feminist is a no-brainer. In this first part of our conversation, she explains why, to her, feminism is all about choice.

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