Author: Kansi Udochukwu

Kansi UdochukwuJune 6, 2018

Opinion: An Ode to Black Panther and what it means for representation

This is an ode to Black Panther now that it is out of the theaters. I was in love with ...

Kansi UdochukwuMarch 30, 2018

#YNaijaWomensMonth: A poem on life as a Gen Z woman

I am only seventeen years old and while I have been constrained by gender roles, I have not been as ...

Kansi UdochukwuMarch 22, 2018

Opinion: The Christian Association of Nigeria needs its own Martin Luther

I remember a particular Sunday morning when some friends and I were debating with an austere, prudish woman on the ...

Kansi UdochukwuMarch 7, 2018

Opinion: Will there ever be true security for Nigeria’s lower class?

I was about to begin braiding my hair when he walked into the salon- a man bloody from a deep ...

Kansi UdochukwuFebruary 28, 2018

Opinion: If we want an even better Lagos, then we have to become more ecofriendly

Lagos has a population of 20 million people, and it is one of the ten most populous cities in the ...

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