Brigitte Gambou was born in the Ivory Coast and now lives in London. She has spent the last 7 years helping African women from all over the world who are suffering from the abuse of African culture through her charity Fight for the Dignity of African Women and Children (FDWAC).
The Cry of African Women’ is an eye-opening book that stands at the forefront of exposing gender based violence in African culture that destroys the lives of both women and children not just in Africa but also in the UK.
In ‘The Cry of African Women’ author Brigitte Gambou has chronicled both real and terrible stories of what women from different countries in Africa are experiencing in this incredibly moving book. She reveals the realities of how far African families will go to honour their culture. The book depicts how these crimes are now taking place in the UK.
Event taking place Sat, 19 October 2019 9:00 – 22:00 Mary Seacole Centre, Clapham Library, 91 Clapham High Street, Clapham, London, SW4 7DB
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