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Masculinities in conflict in Casamance
The violent and counterproductive repression of a pacific women’s protest in March 1982 in Ziguinchor by Senegalese authorities points the beginning of the armed struggle in Casamance. Women were attacked, elders mistreated and holy places invaded. In local cultures, particularly in Diola, neither women nor children shall be harmed. The immediate organization of a violent reaction initiated one of the oldest low intensity conflicts in present Africa. Numbers of analysts, political...
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