In her book "My Algerian Family", German journalist Alice Schwarzer, a women's rights activist, paints a portrait of Algeria through three generations of women and men. She analyzes for Marianne the peaceful protests taking place in the country.
Alice Schwarzer, editor-in-chief of the EMMA feminist magazine, has two countries: Germany and Algeria. After more than forty years of a life spent between Cologne and Algiers, she examines the society of her country of heart in her book My Algerian Family (Ed de la Observatoire). She analyzes for Marianne peaceful demonstrations taking place in the country to protest against a fifth presidential term of Abdelaziz Bouteflika.
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