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Kisumu’s Feminists Society is dedicated to providing resources to African feminists and LGBTQ people.

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Radical Community Care

On 10th September 2021, we organized a food rive that saw 60 plus women, trans and gnc persons come to get food. This project has been on going since last year when covid 19 hit and has seen us be able to support over 500 women, trans and gnc persons with both food packages and…

Abuse in Women and LBTQ only safe spaces: An Oxymoron?

What happens when your abuser is woke, queer and a radical feminist who shares safe spaces with you? Do you call them out on their shit and If you’ve done so, what was the reaction from your community? Did they label it is as a ‘personal’ issue the two of you needed to solve and…

Abuse in Women and LBTQ only safe spaces: An Oxymoron?

What happens when your abuser is woke, queer and a radical feminist who shares safe spaces with you? Do you call them out on their shit and If you’ve done so, what was the reaction from your community? Did they label it is as a ‘personal’ issue the two of you needed to solve and…

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Kisumu Feminists Society Profile

We are a young feminist organization in kisumu Kenya that works with women, trans and gnc persons. Our work mostly entails sparking conversations around emerging issues and shedding light on them and this we do through advocacy both online and offline. We organize protests, create forums for conversations to happen in what we call Monthly…

COVID-19 Mutual Aid Drive

Kenya is at 3215 cases as at today on 12th June  2020 and while more people are testing positive and being taken to quarantine areas set aside by the government, everyone who is negative is being asked to stay at home, beaten for not observing curfews and arrested for trying to fend for themselves. Covid-19…

Humanizing Black Female Bodies: Feminist Convening 2019

Humanizing Black Female Bodies is a dedication to all black women living in the world that still doesn’t want to accept their human factor.  It comes as a way of educating women on the sacredness of their bodies irrespective of religion, sexuality, social status or political affiliation. In giving this power to black women, this…

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