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The Republic of Senegal became independent in 1960 after three centuries of French colonial rule.
Dakar, the capital since independence in 1960, lies on the Cap Vert peninsula, the most westerly point in Africa.
The country takes its name from the river that runs along its northern and eastern borders, forming the frontier with Mauritania and Mali.
A poetic etymology from the Wolof people states that the name derives from the local term Sunugal, meaning "our dugout canoe" (everyone is in the same boat).
However, women are not allowed to have more than one husband. I promised my dad I wouldn’t come home with a Senegalese husband, and I think he has very little to worry about.
This marginalizes women and puts them in positions of inferiority; hence why I could never allow my hypothetical Senegalese husband to come get his green card in the U.
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I’m frequently asked if I have a husband, a question that I would never get during a two-minute conversation as a 20-year-old in the United States.
This sense of a national identity is not shared by the Diola populations in the forest areas of the Casamance, who since December 1982 have been engaged in an armed insurgency to separate from the Islamized northerners.
The first president, Léopold Sédar Senghor, a Roman Catholic who presided over the nation for over twenty years, was a fervent advocate of African unity. Senegal, situated on the western tip of Africa, covers an area of 76,000 square miles (196,781 square kilometers).
Sitting in the park one Sunday afternoon, two friends and I were approached by a nice Senegalese man who was “very happy to meet us today.” It was definitely one of the most awkward conversations I’ve had here as he kept speaking English, but didn’t really have much to say except, “You have husband? S., we leave things like this to chance.”) In Senegal, this has to be true. Let me also mention that in Senegal, polygamy is completely acceptable and what most men choose to do.
Being polygamous allows men to have multiple wives, which in turn means multiple families.