My Seat at the Table

by Najat Hamza It is an indisputable fact that patriarchy is in charge of the world, regardless of its failure as a system. It is also equally important to note that women all around the world have fought this unjust system to bring about real change and equality. My argument will not be about falling […]

Siiqqee as a Form of Resistance

“The irony is that when Oromo men trample on the rights of Oromo women, it is not considered a betrayal of the national cause. Thus Oromo women are told to “bear it” or “swallow it” and put off the struggle against sexism until after national liberation. Despite their denigration, however, Oromo women in Oromia and […]

Welcome! Baga nagaan dhuftan!

by Admin We are incredibly inspired by so many women in the Oromo community. From our peers to our mothers and grandmothers, Oromo women are so dynamic, talented, eloquently spoken and always working diligently in the background to make sure things are getting done. Whether or not we are adequately represented in organizations or community, we are and […]