Jane Egerton-Idehen Launches ‘Be Fearless, Campaign’ For Gender Parity… Plans Book Tour To 20 Universities
Jane Egerton-Idehen, a Tech Executive, Author and Speaker has launched ‘Be Fearless, Campaign’ a national campaign focused on highlighting the hurdles that prevent women from fulfilling their potential, and providing a guide to younger women on the complexities of navigating career and life opportunities in their fields.
In Africa, female entrepreneurs are finding their voices and showcasing their finance skills. Last year, the Womenpreneur Pitch-A-Ton initiative was launched by Access Bank Plc and the International Finance Corporation, and provided substantial financial grants along with mini-MBAs to empower women entrepreneurs across Africa.
The religious book says he was created first; he needed a partner to keep him from loneliness, so then a woman was given to him. As glasses of beer clink over the clatter of noise, men converse among themselves.
I am an African Woman. You might agree with me or not, but there is actually something called African Feminism (Feminist). I can only tell a story that I am living. So that brings me to the questions: what is African Feminism and who is an African feminist?
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I have heard (and read) people say severally that they do not need feminism because they have equal access to education, access to good jobs, and equal pay. I have heard that feminism is dead and needless, and should be done away with.
Men love to pretend that they don’t have any privileges and would rather chew nails than admit that patriarchy exists and by extension, they (men) enjoy many privileges that women don’t.
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Reshma Saujani is the author of the book "Brave, Not Perfect," out now from Currency, and founder and CEO of Girls Who Code.
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Just in case you all thought misogyny was new and only just starting in the 21st century, we are here to tell you that it has always been in existence. Since time immemorial, men have always degraded women either through their words or actions. Today, it is seen everywhere, from songs to movie dialogues, etc.