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#WorkinWomxn: What Happens When An All-Women Team Takes On The Criminal Justice System In Nigeria?

In just 2 years, Oluyemi Orija, through her non-profit organization, has secured the release of over 200 inmates pro bono and is committed to filling the gaps in the criminal justice system that leaves citizens exploited and forgotten in prisons. In light of this, this conversation took us through 3 emotional states; first, the obvious…

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#WorkinWomxn: Through Individual and Community Therapy, Ibifubara Davies is Helping People Heal

#WorkinWomxn: Through Individual and Community Therapy, Ibifubara Davies is Helping People Heal

For Ibifubara, all roads lead to one place; healing. Although the last-minute change on her JAMB application form is what landed her in psychology, it is obvious from our conversation that regardless of title or specialty, her dream has always been to help people.  Document Women got to speak to Ms. Davies about psychology and…

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#WorkinWomxn: Sandra Ezekwesili is Bringing In All Voices To Political Conversations

#WorkinWomxn: Sandra Ezekwesili is Bringing In All Voices To Political Conversations

Journalism is a euphemism for truth. It is a diverse art that directly impacts freedom, fairness, and democracy. While some journalists tell stories to influence conversations, others have conversations to influence stories. Our WorkinWomxn is a broadcast journalist who is decentralizing political discussions to include everyone. Tell us a little bit about yourself I’m the…

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#WorkinWomxn: From TV Personality to Beauty Entrepreneur, Amanda Dara’s journey starts with one foot in the door

#WorkinWomxn: From TV Personality to Beauty Entrepreneur, Amanda Dara’s journey starts with one foot in the door

Amanda Dara is many things; eloquent, confident, self-aware and all-around brilliant. She is also a woman who has mastered the art of making lemonade out of the lemons life throws at her. This conversation holds a mirror to the unsurprising yet dangerous standards upheld by the society we live in. Tell us a little bit…

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