Commentary + Press Coverage
CNN Leading Women – Tweetchat How can women change the world?
Applause Africa – 20 African women with powerful and inspiring voices
Ahram Online – African women leaders on the rise
Role Reboot – Why young people are opting out of monogamy
Huffington Post – What is Success?
The Observer - Feminism is to be found in the tiniest detail
The Daily Nation (Kenya) – Just what kind of woman did Mandela marry?
WINGS Magazine – How Africa is shaping Globalisation
The Voice Newspaper UK – Best of Black British Bloggers
Mambo Magazine – Intercultural Relationships
ELLE France – “10 commandments for women leaders”
Digital Women UK – The benefits of blogging
The Rumpus – Feminist Victories you haven’t heard about
Lean In Blog repost African women are blazing a feminist trail
The Guardian - African women can blog
The Guardian - Vagina: Reviewing the reviews
The Guardian - Being Frida Kahlo
The Independent -Mandela coverage: a fine line between racism and ethics?
The Independent - Twitter, power lists and the question of gender
The Independent - What do you think is the single biggest issue facing feminism?
The New Internationalist - Change-makers: women of the African diaspora
Huffington Post African App Developers Gain Recognition at Mobile …
Huffington Post Meditate Your Way Through Negative Articles About Black Women
Huffington Post Addressing Race Relations in the UK After the Riots
Huffington Post Fashioning Africa Exotic, Colonial And Tribal
Huffington Post Hair-Raising Conversations
Hazlitt Magazine - What got us into feminism
Gender Accross Borders - Sex and the City and the post-feminist myth
Sixty 7 Architect Road - What role can women play in helping to shape their built environment?
ARISE Magazine - Defining the Afropolitan,
MsMagazine - The Femisphere: African Feminist Bloggers, Part 1
Clutch Magazine - Black Women Writers and the Orange Prize for …
Clutch Magazine - Women’s History Month – African Icons …
Clutch Magazine - Remember Ivory Coast?
Clutch Magazine - Putting Black British Women’s Stories in the …
Clutch Magazine - African Women’s Decade 2010-2020: Still don’t …
Clutch Magazine - Shush! A Sister Is Meditating |
Clutch Magazine - Women’s History Month – Gender and Revolution
Coco and Crème
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Nigerians Talk - Is it unAfrican to be gay? The Nigeria case
Nigerians Talk - African men, are you listening?
Nigerians Talk - The Naija Factor is crippling Nigerian women
Nigerians Talk - So, when are you getting married?
The MIMI Magazine Blog- How To Love Yourself
The MIMI Magazine Blog - On Being An African Feminist
BBC London Radio “Dotun Adebayo on Sunday” - London, UK – August 2013 – Guest- “Depictions of black women in the media“
AfroElle Magazine - 2013 Power List
MsMagazine - The Femisphere: African Feminist Bloggers, Part 1
The Ann Arbor Review of Books - From Afrocentrism to Afropolitanism: Subcultural Journeys in Minna Salami’s Poetry
Broadcast Magazine - Have women got Twitter clout?
Channel 4 – 4thought TV - Minna Salami - Should we raise children in mixed marriages …
AfriPop Mag - Meet this week’s AfriPop Magazine Socialite
ON FM Dreamcorner Interview - RADIO – Interview about female bloggers and entrepreneurs Link cannot be found
Antigua Observer 91.1 FM RADIO - Interview about London riots Link cannot be found
The Guardian - Rihanna commentary
Ladybrille Magazine - 2011 Best African Inspired Blogs to Read!
Pambazuka Press – African Women blogging
Operation Black Vote – Women and Twitter Clout
Women Enterprise Scotland – Twitter and Tokenism
Black Book News - Hot Blog to read in 2011
WOW Festival Blog - Global Feminism, White Feminism, UK Feminism
Huffington Post - African fashion sites entrepreneurs
For Coloured Girls - Bodacious Bloggers: Minna Salami
Fly Girls - Fly Girl of the week
The Musings of Ondo Lady – My Space – Minna Salami from MsAfropolitan
My Weku – Finding African Feminism
Promota Magazine – Top 5 Christmas Gift Ideas for Afro-Caribbeans by African & Caribbeans
Women of the African Diaspora – Marketplace_2
Afri-Love - Interview with Minna Salami aka MsAfropolitan
Black Blogger Network – Black Blogger of The Week
Black Women in Europe – Black Women Bloggers in Europe Series – England 4 – Ms. Afropolitan
For Colored Gurls - Bodacious Bloggers: Minna Salami
Lime Magazine – HOT 2011 Reads - 2011 Blog to read Link cannot be found
Marlee Ward - 31 influential black bloggers
Twenty Ten Club – Minna Salami interview
Webster Style Magazine - Minna Salami interview
Catch-A-Vibe An Afropolitan Shopping Experience
Charcoal Ink - Natural of the Week
Show4Africa - The Cosmopolitan African Woman
On in London – Review of I’m Possible
Flickr - Friday Late – Afropolitans at the V&A museum
• cache: 2012- Author
Weedmark Publishing is proud to present Minna Salami’s first collection of poetry. This collection invites the reader to witness the simple magic and myth in life, love and the journeys along memory and identity. More info here and review here
• Afro-Nordic Landscapes: Engaging Blackness in Northern Europe (Routledge Studies on African and Black Diaspora) Contributor Synopsis Edited by Michael McEachrane, this volume examines the growing presence of Africans in Northern Europe in relation to national narratives, racism, and the African Diaspora, mapping the emerging multicultural realities of Europe.
• The Art of Nigerian Women – Contributor – forthcoming
• The Image of Africa - Contributor – forthcoming
• Festschrift for Wole Soyinka - Contributor – forthcoming
• Complicit No More - Contributor – buy on Amazon
• The BlogHer Voices of the Year: 2012- Contributor
“Life well said” is BlogHer’s mantra, and you’ll see what they mean when you read this collection from the BlogHer 2012 Voices of the Year BlogHer is a unique media company created by women, for women, and—most importantly—with women, women like those whose voices you’ll read in this collection. Each year, BlogHer—the largest network of women who blog—hosts an initiative to identify the very best work from across the blogosphere. Submitted by the community, selected by a committee, and presented at the world’s largest blogging conference, the pieces presented here have it all because women live it all—online and off. Humor. Inspiration. Food. Family. Style. Sex. Politics. Tech. Career. Dreams.. BlogHer’s Voices of the Year reminds us of the transformative power of blogs to connect us all via powerful storytelling.