Chimamanda Adichie adds to her voice on feminism, gender and sexual politics with her new manifesto, Dear Ijeawele. However, looking for other epistolary pieces about feminism and gender question in Africa, here are other pieces for you.
So Long a Letter by Mariama Ba
Like Dear Ijeawele, this piece is a short epistle written in voice of a widow intimating her friend about the developments around her since the demise of her husband.
Zenzele by Nozipo Maraire
If Adichie has written to her friend on how to bring up her daughter as a feminist, Mairere wrote in the voice of a mother addressing her daughter on her identity, society and gender.
To a Young Woman by Hope Kesubi
You might consider reading this Ugandan author on discovering narrative about gender, identity and sexual politics in East Africa
Imagine This by Sade Adeniran
While Adeniran might not have declared she has written a feminist manifesto in her debut bildungsroman piece, her heroine keeps unravelling different things about her identity and a clear anti-position on the process of socialization brought towards her by her society.