Rita Nketiah

Rita Nketiah is a second-generation Ghanaian-Canadian currently completing her PhD research in Critical Human Geography at York University, with a focus on second-generation immigrant transnationalism among young adults of Ghanaian origin. She completed two previous degrees (Honours Bachelors and Masters) in Women and Gender Studies from Western University and the University of Toronto, respectively. Rita is currently an advisory […]

AWDF mourns Marren Akatsa Bukachi: a feminist, a sister and a friend.

Her active role in the African Feminist Forum and Ugandan feminist forum helped shape both of these spaces. She was a constant voice for progression, and knew that the future of the feminist movement relied on inclusion. Marren was the Executive Director of the Eastern African Sub-regional Support Initiative for the Advancement of Women (EASSI), […]

Resource Centre Day: African Feminists Doing Research

Are you interested in learning more about African feminist theories? Do you want to learn how to be a feminist researcher? Do you want to know more about how to use Wikipedia to tell African women’s stories? Join the AWDF staff for an afternoon of trainings, conversations and deep critical thinking about African feminist theory […]