Letter from the Editor

We, probably like you, are just about done with the insistent erasure of womxn’s voices and gross misrepresentation through stereotypes. We, of course, continue to advocate for better but are uncertain how long that will take. So we created a table for womxn where the content:

  1. acknowledges our full humanities, diverse capacities, and complexities.
  2. counters the patriarchal narrative perpetuated by mainstream media.

Welcome home.

Lakwena Articles.

The Women’s League is nolonger an acceptable excuse for the inaction of political messiahs

For Women, Justice is Beyond the System

This is How Policing Has Always Worked. This is Who Police Will Always Be

For My Father and Perhaps, Our Shared Grief

A Conversation on Harnessing the Internet to Speak Truth To Power

If Black Lives Matter Why Has Renee Bach Faced No Consequences?

How Covid-19 lockdown is challenging me to pace my creativity

Karen Ihimbazwe Amanyire: serving above self

A judge of the Writivism Literary Festival 2019 Prize

Kinna Likimani is on a mission to review the literary works of African womxn

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