Anyone who has met Lola Pedro knows that she is truly one of a kind. She’s smart, witty and infinitely curious. And it’s this curiosity that has allowed her to navigate her way through the world, carving out a little piece of “home” wherever she lands. This month, we feature Lola’s story–from leaving her native London to New York, Tokyo and now Lagos.
It’s 2014 ladies and we’re back with a fresh Parlour Jams! mix to encourage your new year’s resolutions. Was your goal to hit the gym, maybe get those finances together … Read the rest
While reading and thinking about the “feminist debate” about Beyonce, Shannon recalls a memory that puts everything into a fresh, personal, feminist perspective.
As the world mourns the loss of Nelson Mandela, no where can it be more felt than in South Africa. Sherry recalls how the country is dealing with his death in the dawn of last week’s announcement.
Whether for school, family or work, Micheline Ntiru has called Nairobi, Cambridge, Abidjan, New York, Sao Paulo and Johannesburg home at one point or another. With so many places to hold dear, how can she narrow it down to just one? Read how she has managed to call each one home in this month’s “Home: Redefined.”