Ain't I A Woman Collective

Centring the Voices of Women with African Ancestry

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Announcement: Collective on Hiatus

  Dear AIAWC Friends and Supporters,   With blog maintenance and events appearances, we have had a few busy months at the Collective. We have…

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Announcement: Collective on Hiatus

  Dear AIAWC Friends and Supporters,   With blog maintenance and events appearances, we have had a few busy months at the Collective. We have seen it grow in so many ways, and we have been fortunate enough to amass the following that we have now. As we make plans for our next bi-monthly issue, and to reflect on where we are now, we have decided to take a short

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Meet Brazil’s biggest Youtube Stars: Tati Sacramento

To celebrate Black women in Tech, we have an ongoing interview series with Brazilian Black Youtubers. Our first is Tati Sccramento from Bahia! What do you love about being a Brazilian Black woman? I live in Bahia known as Black Rome. In every corner you see can see the influence of  African culture.  It is very strong despite the refusal of some to accept it, but being able to feel close

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Editor’s Note

Our editor, Yossie, shares her thoughts on this month’s theme: BLACK WOMEN IN STEM + SCI-FI. I cannot claim to be a woman ‘in tech‘, or, widely, the fields of STEM – I merely sit back and marvel at the work that various women, especially women of colour, are doing in these traditionally male-dominated industries. They are doing amazing work and challenging conventions one innovative initiative/project at a time. From ‘Lola Odelola, founder

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Black Woman Spotlight: ‘Lola Odelola

An Ain’t I A Woman Collective series to highlight the stories of different black women around the world. This week, our spotlight is on Damilola Odelola, a poet and programmer who “learnt to write when she was 3-years old” and hasn’t stopped since. Damilola fell in love with coding by accident and has been on a quest to learn and teach as much as possible. She is the founder of

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