The NEW AFRICAN WOMAN, owned by Zambian-born journalist Regina Jane Jere, offers intelligent, meaningful and inspirational coverage in areas that embrace and celebrate the African woman’s diverse accomplishments and aspirations in all spheres.
The August/September Edition of the New African Woman is out now. It’s Covers have been graced by BAFTA-Awards winning filmmaker and director Amma Asante and US actress Teyonah Parris. The magazine also just recently launched its own Call-To-Action against harmful traditional practices and gender-based violence in Africa. For its first Call-To-Action, its starting with a spotlight on African female voices against Female Genital Mutilation (FGM), also known as female circumcision.
In line with its new series highlighting Black/African women excelling in male-dominated fields, one of the Covers features the Bafta award winner – Ghanaian/British Film Director Amma Asante.
The second Cover features American actress and Afro-naturalista Teyonah Parris who we know is strongly in support of the natural hair movement, encouraging black women to own their truth. In an exclusive interview with the magazine,the star actress stresses on the importance of self-love and acceptance.