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The African Feminist Initiative has released a solidarity statement following the awareness raised by Nigerian journalist, Kiki Mordi’s ..read more
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MsAfropolitan by Msafropolitan - 4M ago
I recently did an interview with the Demented Goddess magazine, a polysexual and multi-ethnic magazine dedicated to the untamed feminine. ..read more
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My TEDx Talk has become a book! It’s only available in Spanish for now with a foreword by Raquel Lainde. As I revisited the talk, it ..read more
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MsAfropolitan by Msafropolitan - 8M ago
Nothing has made me reflect on the meaning of family as much as loss. In the space of three years, I lost three of the people that I have ..read more
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MsAfropolitan by Msafropolitan - 8M ago
It is with great pleasure that I dedicate this year’s International Women’s Day post to bell hooks, a feminist writer, theorist and ..read more
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I’m delighted to be marking International Woman’s Day at the UN’s WFP agency where I’ll be a guest speaker addressing the women ..read more
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Next Sunday, Marvel’s Black Panther will compete for the best picture award at the Oscars. If it wins, it will not only be a first- ..read more
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Just like the halo around the moon is not the moon, the spectre of the Spectacle is not the Spectacle. It is merely a simulacrum of it, a ..read more
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“Blue is a Feminine Color in Africa” From the myth of the goddess Asi of Liberia to women’s ritualistic use of the blue gemstone ..read more
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