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e·man·ci·pa·tion

(ē-man'si-pā'shŭn),
In embryology, delimitation of a specific area in an organ-forming field, giving definite shape and limits to the organ primordium.
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Critics argue that the day commemorates the emancipation of enslaved people of African descent and have pointed to the irony of the Queen's representative being installed on that day.
"This important council announced by the President will help us as a nation to search for the best ways of ensuring that vulnerable women and young girls in the rural areas are safe and protected from all forms gender-based violence and are liberated from economic emancipation marginalization," said Chikunga.
Atterbeary introduced an emancipation bill last year along with a bill to eliminatemarriage by individuals younger than 18 unless they were emancipated.
And in such a situation, it would only be true that in the fight for emancipation, the idea of the other gender' will further strengthen than narrow down.
Dillard argues that the debate over Confederate emancipation unfolded over three distinct phases.
Blight and Downs present a collection of scholarly essays contributed by various professors from universities from around the country exploring consequences, meaning, history, and concept of the emancipation of African Americans in the late 19th century.
She further said that women emancipation and women self-reliant was the main core of NAVTTV.
Speaking at the Kwara Youth Leadership and Economic Summit, organised by an organisation promoting the course of youths, the Green Hub Family, led by an activist, Olayemi Adegoke, Mohammed said the Kwara youths should consider a rebirth with new ideas and innovations for development to attain emancipation.
She further said that women emancipation and and women self-reliant was the main core of NAVTTV.
Many heroes and heroines of the emancipation effort are noted in this title, including Harriet Tubman, President Lincoln, Sojourner Truth, and Frederick Douglass.
Emancipation Day is celebrated just after the conclusion of the annual three-day Ha'apai Festival.