This Jamlab Meetup in collaboration with the Civic Tech Innovation Network aimed to reflect upon work that is being done to decolonise African narratives through storytelling.

The conversation centered around ways in which journalism, media and civic tech communities can contribute to reshaping African narratives.

Panellists included Moky Makura, executive director of Africa No Filter; Herman Chinery-Hesse, founder and chairman of SoftTribe and Afrikan Echoes and Ainehi Edoro, founder and editor-in-chief of Brittle Paper.

 

Watch the full conversation below:


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