The Pen, The Mighty Tool For Activism: In Conversation with Writer Tunrie Bisi-Afolabi

In conversation with lawyer, writer, and creative, Motunrola’ Tunrie’ Bisi-Afolabi, on using her pen to speak truth to power.

Reni Folawiyo’s Latest Exhibition 'The Hausa RIGA, Life, Art and Power in Dressing' continues at ALARA

Lagos, Nigeria
An exhibition envisioned as a contemporary interpretation of the vintage riga embroidery on fine robes culturally valued as markers of influence and honor.
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"I am a proud child of Africa, but sometimes home feels foreign to me"

So much of my culture is alien to me — I’m not fluent in the language and I’ve only ever spent 3 weeks back home. Am I an outsider?Read the story →
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Before Them, We: Exploring Lives, Legacies, and Intergenerational Relationships

London, England
In conversation with cultural producer and artist Ruth Sutoyé, about her recent exhibition "Before Them: We" — a reflection on archiving and preserving oral histories.

Reni Abina Releases the 'Love Riviera' Collection, Just in Time for Valentine's Day

Lagos, Nigeria
In conversation with the 26-year-old designer and entrepreneur behind Rendoll Lagos on the collection released to inspire love, hope and positivity after a tough year.