Afrokanist Magazine 3rd 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.
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 their skills to fight oppression, racism ad misrepresentation. We have gathered amazing minds who are willing to tell their stories through exclusive interviews, and put together a variety of black-owned businesses to invest in. You will also find life-changing stories, as well as motivational and inspirational articles from London to Accra to Lagos, through South Africa and Kenya.