Emma Onékékou was born and lives in an African space colonised by French speakers. She describes herself as a black African feminist activist lesbian writer and film director. She is passionate about writing and filmmaking and these are the channels through which she feels comfortable telling the stories of LBTQ women. She is the founder of the digital media platform Emma.L.Infos and a project officer at African Queer Youth Initiative, where she oversees the MawuLisa Fellowship programme.
Published in: 50.50: InvestigationDes femmes en Côte d’Ivoire ciblées par de la désinformation émanant d’un centre anti-avortement lié aux Etats-Unis
L'avortement serait un « meurtre », même en cas de viol. C’est ce qu’a indiqué une conseillère à un reporter...
Published in: 50.50: InvestigationUS-linked anti-abortion centre targeting women with misinformation in Côte d’Ivoire
Abortion would be ‘murder’, even in cases of rape, a counsellor says to openDemocracy’s undercover reporterFrench