This year we started on our journey of bringing you the 3rd issue of Afrokanist Magazine, the identity and language issue.
Language is power and it is a huge part of our identity , this issue is an artistic collection of personal stories, celebrating and creating dialogues on the intersectionality of identity and African languages.
Exploring the utilisation of African languages in photography, fashion, music, social media, comedy, cinema and business, you can expect a diversity of contributors showcasing the use of their skills to fight oppression, racism and misrepresentation, we have gathered amazing minds who are willing to tell their stories through exclusive interviews, we have put together a variety of black owned business to invest in, you will find life changing stories, motivational and inspirational articles from London to Accra to Lagos, to South Africa to Kenya.
This issue is a pure representation of Africans taking back the ownership of their identities and using their languages as a tool to stand tall and break barriers.
Inside issue 2
You can find inspiration in the 2nd issue of Afrokanist Magazine and here is why, we have dedicated this issue to the healing and progression of black people across the globe. We have gathered some of the best young African inventors,storytellers, and artists to share their work, dreams, goals and failures with you.
Our aim is to utilize creative freedom, forward-thinking and artistic expression, to tell stories that highlight and create engaging dialogues for Africans, by Africans. We are inviting and challenging our readers to join us, defy silence and delve into a past that strides side by side with the future.