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The Wide Margin

John Markese. 

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THE BLACK AFRICAN BODY

Our bodies are central to our existence. They signify our presence or absence in/from material and ideological spaces, and are integral to our corporeal experiences. Our lived experiences throughout life are as varied as life itself, unconfined to or within a singular context.

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Contents

The Black African Body, editorial by Varyanne Sika 

The Womb, by Felicity Okoth 

You Sexy African! by Tiffany Kagure Mugo 

Sexual Harassment in Zimbabwe, by Anthea Taderea 

Body and I, by Anne Moraa 

In My Skin, by Dorothy Kigen 

Native Tongue, by Ola Osaze 

I am from the Future, by Fungai Machirori 

Transformation of Bodies, by Zahrah Nesbit-Ahmed 

Mirror (Poem), by Murewa Olubela