Martinique Tries To Prevent Discrimination - Movement Of Democrats And Ecologists

(MENAFN- Trend News Agency) BAKU, Azerbaijan, November 21. Martinique tries to prevent discrimination, Claudette Duhamel from the Movement of Democrats and Ecologists for a Sovereign Martinique said at the "Decolonization: Women Empowerment and Development" event, Trend reports.

She noted that women are subject to discrimination.

“Women bore the brunt of the consequences of colonialism and slavery. The colonialists established a scenario in which African-American women were regarded as the lowest caste. Women were treated as if they were objects. African-Americans were denied the right to live freely,” added Duhamel.

The“Decolonization: Women Empowerment and Development” event is being held in Baku. It's organized by the Baku Initiative Group of the Non-Aligned Movement.

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