Women

Algeria
Cases of women abused by their Husbands and disowned by their families are prevalent in the Algerian Society in which the male sex is thought superior mainly in Islamic circles.


Royal Wedding article from Al Jazeera’s wedding correspondent

The architecture of maternal death

Namibia: Baby-dumping rates soar among school girls

When a mother’s voice soothes a baby

Women equality and rights still a challenge in Africa

Miss Zimbabwe pageant, an uncomfortable political event


Africa: Pregnant with possibility

4.4 million children die each year in Africa

Venus Williams Accepts YWCA GLA Phenomenal Woman of the Year Award and Speaks at Graduation

Kenya: A Preventable Childbirth Injury That Ruins Lives

Do women need a sex pill?

Ethiopia: African ambassador’s spouses charity bazaar, to donate aids in support of the needy in Addis Ababa

Ugandan women seek UN ban on Female Genital Cutting

League of Black Women Going Global With its 7th Annual Leadership Conference ’Black Women 2010 Global Ready’ in Tampa, FL

Unison Agency Announces New Brand Identity and Website for Raise Hope for Congo Music Compilation

In Liberia women follow in president’s footsteps

15,000 British women strip for a cause

Fixing the mutilated vagina

Color Magazine Announces Inaugural Women of Color Leadership and Empowerment Forum

ESSENCE Names Veteran Beauty Journalist Corynne L. Corbett as Its New Beauty Director

U.S. Department of Health & Human Services and Ad Council Report Increase in Awareness of Lupus Among Women

Innovation in Uganda: Professional Development that Makes a Difference

World takes a stand against genital mutilation

Nigeria: Senator marries 13-year old, rights activists appalled

NCAAOM Says Comcast’s Policy of Zero Percent African American Owned Channels Must Change

USADF Signs Two Grants to Support Marginalized Populations in Burundi

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