In Mozambique, the case of Josina Machel, daughter of the first president, shows that gender-based violence makes no distinction between social classes. Other women suffer terror every day, with no means to defend themselves. Their gender defines them from birth; society wants them to give in; male violence kills them. Now, a new generation of versatile, powerful, passionate and combative women are raising their voice against inequality from hip hop, rap, poetry, justice and social movements.
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