Ghanaian Male Feminist and Photagrapher Chronicles Life of African Women

F2FA December 22, 2014

Ghanaian photographer, poet and blogger Nana Ansah is a self-proclaimed male feminist determined to change the narrative on African women from victims to heroes. During his travels across Africa, he chronicles the inspiring women he meets and captures them at their best  and at their most vulnerable states.

During a recent interview with BBC for its 100 Women Series, he goes into details about his work and explains how the women influenced him.


“For me, feminism is when we can create a world where a woman has the same rights as a man. I believe my daughter has the same rights as my sons,” the photographer said.”

Last Edited by:Sandra Appiah Updated: December 22, 2014


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