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About Caroline Anande Uliwa

Caroline Anande Uliwa is a culture journalist, poet and singer from Tanzania, residing in Dar es Salaam. She's a founding member of a poetry group called WAKA Poets TZ running since 2013. Since 2008, she's been a reporter, contributor and columnist in various leading English newspapers and magazines across the country and region, including The DailyNews, Citizen and The East African Newspaper. A transformative feminist with afro roots, currently she is a freelance writer and copy editor. An active member of the Graca Machel Trust-Women In Media Network, she is working to develop her own storytelling portal MKEKA Blog.

Caroline Anande Uliwa es una periodista cultural, poeta y cantante de Tanzania, que reside en Dar es-Salaam. Es una de las fundadoras del grupo de poesía WAKA Poets TZ, que nació en 2013. Desde 2008, colabora como reportera y columnista para varios diarios y revistas publicados en inglés en el país y la región, como The Daily News, Citizen y The East African Newspaper. Feminista transformadora con raíces afro, participa de forma activa en la Red de Mujeres en Medios de la Fundación Graça Machel y está desarrollando su propio portal de relatos en el blog MKEKA.

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