When does the call for ‘speaking out’ against sexual violence begin to silence victim-survivors? Through reflecting on the #MeToo moment, Allison McKibban argues mainstream Western movements against sexual violence are often insidiously laced with colonial violence. She calls on activists and researchers to embrace a self-reflective and decolonial listening to create a truly transformative movement against sexual violence.
In 1947 The Abeokuta Women’s Union staged an influential tax revolt. How can understanding these women’s sense of time, including their vision for the future, increase our historical understanding?