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Liberating Voices: Women Gaining Power through Community, Education, and Literacy

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Published on Dec 8, 2008

Analyzing the 1996 film, Flame, by director Ingrid Sinclair which constructs a representation of women's roles in the Liberation of Zimbabwe. Sinclair's two relatable female characters signify all women fighting for liberation from interlocking systems of domination in a colonial/neocolonial world. This short film emphasizes the importance of community, voice, literacy, and education for success when fighting for liberation from systems of white supremacist capitalist patriarchy.Analyzing the 1996 film, Flame, by director Ingrid Sinclair which constructs a representation of women's roles in the Liberation of Zimbabwe. Sinclair's two relatable female characters signify all women fighting for liberation from interlocking systems of domination in a colonial/neocolonial world. This short film emphasizes the importance of community, voice, literacy, and education for success when fighting for liberation from systems of white supremacist capitalist patriarchy.

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