“Creatives in Uganda Lack Economic Empowerment to Pursue Their Dreams”- Brendalynn Kirungi

For someone that is barely 30 yet, Brendalynn Kirungi, also known as The African Snowhite, has gone quite a long way in empowering youths to harness their talents in the creative industry. A writer, choreographer, actress and model, the Creative Director of Inura Creative Centre shares with me what drives her pursuit of success in literally anything she puts her mind to, and what she thinks is stopping other youth from doing the same. … Continue Reading >“Creatives in Uganda Lack Economic Empowerment to Pursue Their Dreams”- Brendalynn Kirungi

Mothers’ Day: My Mother, the Single-Mom African Goddess

She was the mother of five children that had never even dreamed of this life as possible, rejected by her husband’s family (a majority of whom he and she had catered for and paid for their education) for being a murderer and scoffed at by her own for choosing religion over logic. She had a son that was experiencing all this at the age of four! … Continue Reading >Mothers’ Day: My Mother, the Single-Mom African Goddess