A mans view: NAW is empowering
Thanks for an innovative magazine, New African Woman, which tries to break the barriers and empowers an African woman wherever she is in the Diaspora. I’m a student who is penniless, jobless and womanless, though our sisters and empresses are plenty and pretty all over the universe. New African Woman should reach them all and touch their hearts.
Since 1997, I have been spearheading a silent campaign about your sister publication, New African magazine. And due to my small efforts of making New African famous and read, I managed to pull it to all the libraries and Seven-Eleven stores in Sweden.
I was more delighted with the release of New African Woman, and I am recommending it to everyone, as I have done with NA. My disappointment is that New African Woman is not so readily available and we miss it here in Sweden.
Regina and management, never tire of being “enthusiastically, bold and positive in filing issues pertaining to the lifestyle, beauty, fashion and cultural needs of the African Woman even here in the Diaspora”. We never feel at home when we see our sisters, queens and empresses “with straight hair like a ruler”, wearing death hair or hair of people they don’t even know and wigs. Please try to tackle the relaxer problem and how it destroys the beauty of our sisters.
Kefah Omwanza, Sweden