Femmes Lumiere : Reshaping The African Women Narrative

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Seven women from all walks of life and industries share their vision of the African Woman of yesterday, today and tomorrow, and the sacred role of women in today’s society.

In order of appearance:

  • Danielle Eog Makedah, socially engaged singer and songwritter (Yaounde, Cameroun)
  • Wendi Cherry, Executive Director of The Recording Academy (Washington, DC)
  • Stephanie D. Howse, Ohio State Representative (Cleveland, USA)
  • Chantal Youdom, producer, director and filmmaker; creator of the TV series « Au Cœur de l’Amour » (Yaoundé, Cameroun)
  • Marie Tamoifo, environmental activist and founder of “Jeunesse Verte Cameroun” (Yaoundé, Cameroun)
  • Janaye Ingram, civil rights activist and executive director of the National Action Network (Washington, DC)
  • Diarra Bousso, painter and fashion designer (Dakar, Sénégal)
  • Kamissa Camara, West and Central Program director at the National Endowment for Democracy (Washington, DC)
Andréa Bomo

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Andréa Bomo

Andrea Bomo is a Journalist and Documentary Filmmaker passionate about using storytelling across multiple platforms to impulse social change. Her work focuses on Women and Girls’ issues, Social Justice, Cultural practices and Social innovation.

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