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Sarah Kamsu, Journalist and Founder of “We Africans United

Video Series: N-Visible Portraits - EP 01

Welcome to this new video from N-Visible Portraits (aka Nebua Visible Portraits); the series shows the faces and the success stories of Afro-descendant women, leadership, and inspirational role models.

Today we have the pleasure of conversing with Sarah Kamsu.

Sarah is Italian-born and bred, a journalist, writer of Cameroonian descent, philanthropist, unshakable Afro-optimist, and Founder of “We Africans United“.

We Africans United was created from the importance of sharing the history of Africa. The continent’s most significant figures, as well as their traditions and cultures, are foregrounded.

Our motto is: let’s write history!
Let’s make history because writing allows us to be inspired by our past. At the same time, we believe that by being inspired by our past we can be the protagonists of our present.
So let’s make history ourselves today.
– Sarah Kamsu –

Watch now the full interview now!

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