Sandrine Uwase Ndahiro
Sandrine Uwase Ndahiro is this month’s guest on the Limerick Lady podcast. She joins Ann Blake and Emma Langford to talk about Unapologetic magazine. She also speaks about the burden that falls to people to advocate for themselves, and the burden of representing all minority voices as an outspoken member of a minority group.
Sandrine Uwase Ndahiro is an English Ph.D. student in the University of Limerick. Her research centres on third generation African writers, such as Afrofuturists, who have emerged during the era of late liberalism and who have introduced multiple and nuanced perspectives for reflecting on African lives and aspirations.
Unapologetic is about creating a medium that showcases the cultural richness of the multiple heritages defining contemporary Ireland and unrepresented in modern discussion. Seeing that these voices are absent, Unapologetic seeks to cherish them through celebratory and critical engagement, putting them in conversation with one another.
You can listen to episode 35, Sandrine Ndahiro, Unapologetic Magazine: choosing to Change the Narrative here.
Image: Sandrine Ndahiro at Ormston House by B+, courtesy of the artist.