Kathleen Anaza

Content Strategist, Copywriter, Editor, Ghostwriter, Writer

Writing Chamelon Focused on Strategic Storytelling

I specialize in interpreting and clarifying my collaborators' intended messages. Whether in the service of publication editors or freelancing clients, my talents for storytelling serve to reach and expand their audiences. My training as an academic researcher, working in the non-profit sector and my investment in the artistry that is writing, allow me to effectively, write in various styles or format. I'm most well-versed in topics of: culture, media, education, healthcare, and international development.
Content Types
Article, Case Study, Social Copy, Interview, Press Release, Blog Post, Email Newsletter, Ad/Promotional Copy
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Published Content

‘Black Earth Rising’ Imagines A Catharsis For Rwandans Decades After Genocide

‘Black Earth Rising’ is one of the first series to provide Africans the agency to respond to their history and talk back to European powers. Read the full review here:

May 24th, 2019
‘The Burial of Kojo’ Depicts The Beauty of Ghanaian Culture Through An Afrofuturist Lens

One does not need to speak Fante or be from Ghana for the ‘The Burial of Kojo’ to resonate. Read the full review of the ARRAY film here:

April 26th, 2019
How Genevieve Nnaji's 'Lionheart' Revolutionizes The Depiction Of Africa And African Women On Film

"Yet, it’s Nnaji's ability to appeal to Nigerian trophy wife fantasies while inserting controversial questions about culture, gender and society that make her the perfect vessel to transform Nigerian cinema." Read the full review here.:

April 1st, 2019
How tourists make cultures like Salvador’s into “exotic” commodities for their consumption

“The failed Fyre Festival deeply impacted Exuma. Many think its success would have prevented the island’s suffering, but places like Salvador, Bahia can show us how a successful Fyre Festival would have been the beginning of a much longer saga. The conversation we need to have about tourism in these countries is one that seriously interrogates the commodification of culture.”

February 1st, 2019
My mother, my Black feminist role model, is more than her motherhood

“Our feminist references don’t have to be taught to us. We can teach them to others. We don’t have to wait for the establishments of feminism to articulate what the women of our communities are already doing.” Read the rest of the essay here.

June 7th, 2018
‘MTV Shuga’ is a messy millennial edutainment series educating African youth about sexual health

'Shuga' uniquely provides a nuanced take on everything from sexual identity to teenage pregnancy.'-Read the rest of the review of the youth phenomenom, 'MTV Shuga'.

May 20th, 2018
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