Feeding Freedom’s Hunger: Reflections on the second African Feminist Forum

By: Jessica Horn “There is something magical about a gathering of African feminists: rooms filled with the breath and radiant minds of women seeking more nourishing landscapes of social existence and more liberating forms of political and cultural expression. It is the earthly magic of women’s collective resistance, inhabiting a kaleidoscope of earthly bodies: programme […]

The feminist books that inspired us – Part 1

By Nana Darkoa Sekyiamah Time and time again, books have been a source of inspiration, and learning. A good book can even change the course of one’s life. In this two-part series, TIA’s Nana Darkoa Sekyiamah reached out to a number of Black feminists across the globe and asked them, “which feminist book had the […]