We all win when media is gender aware

Photo by KAS Uganda By Rosebell Kagumire & Rebecca Rwakabukoza It’s not news that Uganda has a female-dominated population. In fact, the latest population census of 2014, puts the population of women in the country at 51%. It’s also not news that over the years, women in Uganda have worked hard to climb economic, social…

Urban Unconscious

She saw him last night Taunting his other in road rage Swerved his anger to the right Blocking the passage to a new page As “other” jumped out his unconscious skin And leaped to release his anger from its cage Hopeful in the display of a punch win To counter the defeat of a verbal…

One Feminist’s Navigation

For over three weeks now, I have been racking my brain, unsure of what to write about, desperately hoping for a clear sign from the heavens on which direction this article should take. That sign did not come. There is so much to write about. I want to talk about the formidable Prof. Sylvia Tamale…

Introducing our three new writers

AF is once again thrilled that we’re growing and stretching our arms to West and Southern Africa. We welcome aboard  three new feminist writers from The Gambia, South Africa and Kenya/Botswana. Their short bio’s are shared below. We look forward to sharing their thoughts and experiences among our growing community of AF writers. JAMA JACK (The Gambia) Jama…