A long tradition of positive social action sets international standards, writes Minna Salami.
Minna Salami is an award-winning writer, blogger and commentator. Her work focuses on African feminism, society and popular culture.
She has written for various publications such as The Guardian and The Independent, and is a contributor to the Guardian Africa Network.
Minna is the founder of the MsAfropolitan blog. She is a guest speaker for the African Union (AU), the Southbank Centre, V&A Museum and Channel 4.
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