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The Grandmothers In Zimbabwe Who Are Helping People’s Mental Health

The Grandmothers In Zimbabwe Who Are Helping People’s Mental Health

07 Jun 21
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Nyasha Chingono 

The Friendship Bench is an innovative and integral support for people dealing with mental health issues.

“I’m mature enough to enjoy my son”: Exploring Late Motherhood 

“I’m mature enough to enjoy my son”: Exploring Late Motherhood 

07 Jun 21
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Esnala Banda

Following Naomi Campbell, 51, announcing the birth of her first child, we explore the social phenomenon of late motherhood






14 LGBTQIA+ POC Organisations You Need To Know About

14 LGBTQIA+ POC Organisations You Need To Know About

03 Jun 21
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Hazel Kimani

Safe spaces for the LGBTQIA+ community that warmly embrace Africans and the diaspora. 

8 Debut Albums From Buzzing Artists to Look Out For

8 Debut Albums From Buzzing Artists to Look Out For

31 May 21
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Korede Kaneto Akinsete

These women have made music that have us patiently waiting to press play on their official debut albums. 

Sahrawi Women Continue to Lead the Anti-Colonial Struggle In Western Sahara

Sahrawi Women Continue to Lead the Anti-Colonial Struggle In Western Sahara

31 May 21
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Nour Kamel Ibrahim

At the forefront of liberation and sustaining the culture of the Sahrawi people amidst violence and erasure are its resilient...

 Black Women Are Turning To Radical Rest as a Feminist Practice

 Black Women Are Turning To Radical Rest as a Feminist Practice

07 Jun 21
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Lethabo Mailula

We explore contemporary Black-women led movements emphasizing rest as a form of resistance.

Recalling the Legacy of Master Printmaker Belkis Ayón and the Legend of Abakuá

Recalling the Legacy of Master Printmaker Belkis Ayón and the Legend of Abakuá

03 Jun 21
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Marjua Estevez

How a Nigerian oral tradition informed the Cuban artist's practice.

‘I am purposely looking for romantic encounters over perfunctory sexual ones’: Queer Dating In a Pandemic 

‘I am purposely looking for romantic encounters over perfunctory sexual ones’: Queer Dating In a Pandemic 

01 Jun 21
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Zanta Nkumane 

 In celebration of Pride Month, AMAKA contributor Zanta Nkumane explores dating culture in the LGBTQ+ community during the...

For African Feminists, The Digital Space Is a Minefield

For African Feminists, The Digital Space Is a Minefield

31 May 21
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Adedoyin Adeniji

African women and non-binary people have been using the internet to effect change. As Africa’s digital feminist space has...