After enduring decades of oppression, Sudan’s women are rising

Following decades of oppression, women in Sudan have taken a lead in the overthrow of President Omar al-Bashir in April 2019. Spearheading dissent at great personal risk, they have much to gain by regime change — under Bashir’s rule, women and girls bore the brunt of his attacks on civil liberties, with a myriad of laws and practices denying them even the most basic freedoms.

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