Today 105 years ago, Musine Kokalari was born, the first published Albanian female writer, political activist, feminist, and an inspiration for loyalty to her ideals that made her a symbol of endurance and intellectual virtue.
In her works she has written about the figure of woman in the context of a patriarchal society, portraying reality, without victimizing and with her work showing the mentality of the time, traces of which are still felt today.
In 1943 he co-founded the Albanian Social Democratic Party, whose foundations were rooted in democracy with principles for free elections and the protection of human rights.
From the age of 29, this prominent figure of our country spent her life in prison and then in exile, under the tortures of the regime of the time, isolated from society and forbidden to write again until her death, which awaited her alone at age 66.
Today we remember her valuable life and work, the suffering and cruelty she has gone through, we keep alive the principles for which she has fought every day.