By Nada Mustafa Ali
This ebook interrogates the connection among women’s enterprises and activisms in exile on one hand, and nationalist, transformative, and different political hobbies and procedures at the different. It additional discuses transnational coalition development throughout distinction, together with racial distinction, among women’s association looking to rework gender relatives in Sudan and South Sudan.
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