The Women’s History Museum of Zambia was established in 2017 with the mission to research and restore African indigenous narratives, knowledge and ‘living histories’ focused on women. 

 The Museum has established itself as an institution that seeks to identify the indigenous cultural heritage of Zambia and the African continent and, in collaboration with indigenous communities, to create digital platforms and tools to transmit and make this heritage accessible to African and global audiences. The aim is to interrogate the asymmetries of knowledge created by colonial and obscured experiences, and to investigate transformative methods of how they can impact the future of knowledge production in the museum and knowledge sectors. 

Leading Ladies Animation Podcast – a Zambian mini-podcast about historical African women who have influenced the political, social and environmental landscape of Zambia and Africa, but have remained hidden in mainstream narratives.

It is available on Facebook, YouTube, Spotify and Google Podcasts.

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