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Aminata Traoré: a Woman of the Sahel. ©UNESCO TV 1993
Aminata Traoré: a Woman of the Sahel

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Aminata Traoré is a Malian social psychologist whose extensive fieldwork has brought her wide first-hand experience of African conditions. In Mali she has founded a cultural centre (the Santoro) and the Hampâté Bâ cultural centre


on this subject: The South: a joint struggle (unesdoc.unesco.org)

Place/region Mali, Africa
Type: Documentary
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Authors and personalities: Fradia Ben Lyazid, director. AminataTraoré, participant.
Production: Women of the South Association, producer. Judithe Bizot, producer.
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Rights/Droits: UNESCO

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