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The African Woman Contest Submission: Dr. Grace Ogiehor-Enoma

Dr. Grace Ogiehor-Enoma. My mother is by far the strongest, most determined and selfless woman I have ever met. I am not saying this because she is my mother. I am saying this because it is true. How many people can say that their mother has six children, has founded a national non-for-profit nursing organization … Continue reading

Women on the Move! Khanyi Dhlomo: South Africa

Khanyi Dhlomo had an extraordinary start to her career in the media in 1995. At the age of 20, she made history as the first black newscaster in South Africa. After the abolition of the apartheid in South Africa, corporations were forced to embrace the idea of a united country and this idea had to … Continue reading

“The African Woman” Contest

To go along with our “The African Woman” theme for the month of April, we’re having a contest to win a free “Africa is Done Suffering” t-shirt. (Click link to see more from our shirt gallery on main website.) All you have to do to enter is write a piece about an African woman who … Continue reading

New Design; You like?

As you can see, our blog has been undergoing some reconstruction as of late. We got a new layout and we’ve finally found one that we’re sticking with. Do you like it? Yay? Nay? Don’t care? Tell us what you think. Also don’t hesitate to tell us any suggestions you have for the display of … Continue reading