23rd October 2020
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Are You A Feminist?

By Ariane Kamdoum Today we celebrate International Women’s Day. The theme is Be bold for change. For me, International Women’s Day is about remembering the battles fought by women (and some courageous men) for basic rights and for [...]
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Show Me Something Else!

By Ariane Kamdoum I don’t know if you are aware of this but the entertainment industry in Africa is going through a massive stage of growth. Be it movies, music, sitcoms or TV-shows, the continent [...]

Permission To Enjoy Sex!

At twenty-two, I told my mother I was pregnant. I was young, unwed and my mother was a staunch Christian. I was expecting her to throw her mug of tea at me. So after blurting out , ‘I’m [...]

Own Your Story

By Noeline Kirabo I recently attended a women’s leadership retreat organized by the Global Livingston Institute that brought together women from all over the world. The women were leaders in different industries, countries and specialties, [...]

Value Me!

By Racheal Kiiza “Tens of millions of women and girls around the world are employed as domestic workers in private households. They clean, cook, care for children, look after elderly family members, and perform other [...]
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Book Review: Voici Venir Les Rêveurs

by Iris Ntore in Culture 0

Court extrait « L’Amérique, ce n’est pas ça du tout; C’est un pays plein de mensonges et gens qui aiment entendre des mensonges … Que ceux qui ont perdu la raison croient aux mensonges et restent [...]

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30 Sudanese Women You Should Know


For centuries Sudanese women have been pushing the boundaries of the patriarchal society, excelling in fields almost always dominated by men despite the difficulties they face. We searched for the women making an impact today both nationally and […]

Excuse My African


By Stella Demasus I never had any issues with my being African, until I started living in the United States of America.  That was when I realized that my kind of “African” is different. I’m […]