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Pan-African Women’s Day 2021 African Women and Youth Organising for Pan-Africanism in the 21st Century

Join the All African Women’s Revolutionary Union (A-AWRU) – the women’s wing of the All African People’s Revolutionary Party (A-APRP) – for an international Pan-African Women’s Day webinar featuring a panel of young revolutionary African women talking about the role of women and youth in the struggle to win Pan-Africanism in the 21st century. Both French and Portuguese interpretation available via zoom. This year's theme is "African Women and youth organising for Pan-Africanism in the 21st Century"

What is Pan-African Women’s Day?

Pan-African Women’s Day (PAWD) is held annually across the world to celebrate the first Pan-African Women’s Conference and the creation of the Pan-African Women’s Organization in 1962 in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania.

Speakers, Panel and Edutainment

Keynote Speaker

Debora Soares de Gama — Member of the União Democrática das Mulheres da Guiné (UDEMU) and All-African Women's Revolutionary Union (A-AWRU)

Revolutionary MCs

Thandiwe Chimurenga (A-APRP) and Lutho Nonyukela (Pan-Africanist Congress of Azania - PAC)

Revolutionary Panel


Inemesit Richardson, Organizer @All-African Women's Revolutionary Union


Yolian Ogbu, Organizer @Horn of Africa - Pan-Africans for Solidarity and Liberation


Adhiambo Kasuku, Cadre @Revolutionary Socialist League


Zakarriyah Kenny, National Women's Coordinator @Amilcar Cabral Ideological School Movement



Abena Disroe


Kari Jay

Two Interviews for Pan-African Women's Day

Craig Hall of Voices With Vision audio-only interviews Thandiwe Chimurenga and the A-APRP video interview of Nkulee Dube, South African singer-songwriter, about Pan-African Women's Day.

Play Video

Interview of A-APRP member Thandiwe Chimurenga about Pan-African Women's Day by Craig Hall of Voices With Vision.

Play Video

A-APRP Interview of Nkulee Dube, South African singer-songwriter, about Pan-African Women's Day.