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women’s oppression

Capitalism and the “private family”
August 17th, 2016
The peasant family, which existed before colonialism across most of Nigeria, was a productive unit. Men were heads of the household, but women and children produced goods in the home
History of Women’s Oppression
May 3rd, 2016
Women’s oppression is the most deeply entrenched oppression. It is seen as biological, psychological, universal and age-old. This view impacts on how we understand and challenge oppression. Marxists approach this