The Rural Women’s Assembly (RWA) of Southern Africa held its 3rd annual feminist school under the theme “Land, Seeds and Labor: Women Hold More Than Half the Sky.” The space offered the women an opportunity for critical engagement around how power works and interacts within the economic, social, political, religious and cultural spaces to structurally deny women their rights over natural resources such as land and seeds. Feminism grounded in the specific realities of rural women of Africa is a revolutionary tool to raise consciousness and to help organize in dismantling patriarchal capitalism. Photo credit: Rural Women’s Assembly