Empowerment

Gender Myths

4th May 2018 Ayandola Ayanleke 1

Before I proceed, let me clearly state that this is purely my opinion; something I totally believe in after proper observation and I think you should too, but I have no intention of shoving my […]

Culture

The Women of Wakanda

23rd April 2018 Ayandola Ayanleke 0

By the time you are reading this, you are probably thinking it is stale already … you are absolutely right, but read it anyways. I was obsessed … scratch that … I am completely obsessed […]

Culture

A Feminist Manifesto

9th April 2018 Sola Ogunbiyi 0

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie is without a doubt, a vocal African feminist act. She literally wears her identity as a woman/African as a badge. She is simultaneously an inspiration and a nuisance to many, it’s not […]

Culture

Meet Okoye

5th April 2018 Sola Ogunbiyi 0

The Igbo people from Eastern Nigeria have four market days namely: Eke Afo Nkwo Orie In Igbo, ‘Oko’ means a man, ‘Orie or Oye’, means a market day, so ‘Okoye’ means a man/boy born on […]

Empowerment

Taking Up Space

29th March 2018 Dorothy Michieka 0

The Struggle. As soon as he walked into the room, I knew. He had been with her. I was not angry. He said he would look for her. He’d told me he needed her and […]

Empowerment

The Ring

I love rings. I always have. They are my favorite pieces of jewelry. When I was growing up, I would wear my mother’s rings to school just because they were so pretty. I loved to […]