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CCCB Lab Oct 16
“I will not shut up” was the slogan of a group of Senegalese women activists, this is the translation of the hashtag which they launched with the express aim of generating a space in which to “free tongues and support each other mutually”:
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Beauty Divas 🇸🇳 26 Nov 17
Belle initiative 👏🏽 Follow them ‼️guys it’s important ✊🏽
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Rose Sarr 26 Dec 18
This is awesome! thank you for bringing this up.
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marta 20 Dec 18
and are great in . However, the society is changing fast. Increasing need to in public shows how senegalese women are
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Grace Kang 4 Feb 19
Two women in Senegal starting their own "ME TOO" movement called , which means "I will not shut up".
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CNN 19 Dec 18
The movement was silent in Senegal. These women are trying to change that with a movement of their own:
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Fatima Zahra BA 🇸🇳 🇸🇩🧡 15 Nov 18
Today is Doyna - 10 😭 Courtesy of Yelo 🧡(Pamplemus & co )
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CNN Africa 26 Dec 18
Women in the Senegalese capital of Dakar decided to start a movement against sexual harassment called . It means, “I will not shut up.”
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Filly Muutuut 👩🏿‍🦱 #Ciloneik 24 Nov 17
Sick minded people so sad prayers for the family and victim
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Smooth Operator NK ✍🏾🧡 19 Dec 18
Big thanks to you it was a pleasure meeting you and your team. The article is great and captures our truth. Bravo ladies the fight goes on 🧡
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Djibril Drame 28 Nov 18
Thank you Dakar for always showing love to everything I am involved into. Today we had a room full of people for the exhibition which I am the curator.
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Anna Pujol-Mazzini 19 Dec 18
In Senegal, becomes : "I will not shut up."
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Through the Eyes of African Women ™ 4 Mar 19
Ndambawa Kama Thiat & Olivia Codou started a movement in Senegal known as which means "I will not shut up". Wolof words like "masla" is often used when a woman is assaulted, which reinforces this culture of suppression.
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Global Fund for Women 3 Jan 19
"There's a lot of backlash if you talk about certain things here, but I think it's necessary to have that courage." -- Olivia Codou, who co-founded a movement to stop sexual harassment in Senegal with . = “I will not shut up"
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UN Women 12 Jan 19
Following the rise of the movement, two women in the Senegalese capital of Dakar decided to start a movement of their own: . via
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Buntubi 19 Dec 18
Good job girls! ✊🏼✊🏼✊🏼
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Birdson Mahamane Dansounsou Zoubair 29 Dec 18
I love it. in against sexual harassment called . It means, “I will not shut up. It’s a form of the movement which is giving more women voices around the world. Despite the cultural differences, Senegalese women are💪🏾
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MakeEveryWomanCount 10 Jan 19
Tired of being told to "endure", "use their discretion" and "tolerate" sexual assualt, women now use " I will not shut up" or in their native Wolof to say .
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'Women's Power' Book 13 Jan 19
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Selbé Faye 7 Mar 19
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