Recognising women’s role in the struggle

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July 23 to 25 marked the 120th anniversary of the Pan-African Conference, held in London.

Convened by Henry Sylvester Williams, the gathering was aimed at bringing Africans, internationally, together to reflect on being brutalised by the racist European world.

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