Nana Darkoa Sekyiamah assesses the current state of reproductive health services, showing how stigma and growing religious fundamentalism hinder women from fully accessing a range of reproductive health services.
For a marriage to be feminist, says Nana Darkoa Sekyiamah, both parties need to throw conventional gender norms out of the window and chart their own path of what a committed relationship could be like.
The election of Donald Trump as America’s 45th President is terrifying for many reasons. The American people have voted in a known misogynist and racist who throughout his campaign continuously spewed hatred at every marginalized community. When a leopard shows you his spots you should believe him.
Nana Darkoa Sekyiamah caught up with Kobby Graham, a DJ, academic and writer popularly known as the Funky Professor.
Nana Darkoa Sekyiamah sits down with Ghanaian writer, nomad and digitial media consultant Jemila Abdulai
In my life and work, I have been lucky to meet numerous young women who are active in social justice movements, have founded organisations that have gone on to make a huge difference in the lives of countless individuals. Through their very existence, and the way in which they choose to live their lives, they are an inspiration to many
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 most impact on you and why?”
Expats across Africa often lead a charmed life, earning far more than their local counterparts even when they have less experience and local knowledge
The word cougar in its current cultural context sends me into paroxysms of rage. A woman who dates or has sex with a younger man is a cougar and a man who dates younger women is a what? For the older woman there is a strong sense of societal disapproval.