Women’s Day Post: In Conversation with Tsitsi Dangarembga

    This Women's Month, my team and I really wanted to celebrate black African women (bAw) each day on our social media pages. To celebrate God's gift of women who are making waves as activists, artists, and go-getters but…

6 Truths That Helped Me to Discover My Purpose

  Our generation is one that is quickly getting over working for the sake of working. Working to pay bills or to rise in the ranks of a company or to achieve some form of accolade. I believe that this…

Thought-Provoking Tuesdays: Your Story

I received this short devotional from my mother-friend, Aunt Gail. It really made me question whether I honestly understand my story as God has purposed it. Do I short-change His vision for me? Do I doubt who He says I…

Guest Post: The Ladder of Success for the Black African Woman Seems to be Dismissed by Submission by Bulelwa Mpinda

Photo Cred: Cierra Cotton There are dreams that have been parked all in the name of submission. We have heard it several times that as a woman, more so a black African woman (bAw), you are restricted to think or…

Guest Post: Kim’s Naked Selfie by Sikhonzile Ndlovu

Photo Cred: Jeyjoo Online   This International Women’s Day (IWD) I am still reeling in shock following Kim Kardashian’s nude selfie. Not that I am totally surprised because it's become a regular thing with her. But happening around the occasion…

Guest Post: I Am a Christian and I Am a Womanist, Do You Mind? by Euphony Paballo Kgadima

In the 21st century, or rather the information age, we still find women especially black women being marginalized and ostracized - by virtue of being black and woman. I have gravitated more towards womanism than feminism - I just felt…

Learning the Truth About Our Heritage

In light of the recently celebrated Africa Day this past Monday, I thought I'd share some of my thoughts around the African continent. This is a place that I am truly passionate about and that I love. I recently read…

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