Wana Udobang is a Nigeria-based journalist and filmmaker who works at the intersection of women’s rights, social justice, personal narratives, culture, and the arts. Her work has appeared on BBC Radio 4, BBC World Service, Nigeria’s Inspiration FM 92.3, Al Jazeera, the Guardian (U.K.), the Guardian (Nigeria), Index on Censorship, and Brittle Paper. She is a recipient of the International Reporting Project (IRP) International Journalism Fellowship and the Gabriel García Márquez Fellowship in Cultural Journalism. She was a trainee at RNF’s 2016 workshop on covering religion and sexual/gender minorities in sub-Saharan Africa and a speaker at our September 2017 panels in Nashville, New York, and Washington, D.C.
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