Tari Ngangura

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Tari is a journalist and photographer from Zimbabwe, based in Brasil. Her work has appeared in Vice, The Globe and Mail, Rookie Mag, Noisey,  SYFY, Broadly, The Fader, New York Magazine, Flare Magazine and Hazlitt. You can find more of her on Twitter @FungaiSJ.


Cover Photo: A photograph of May Ayim and Audre Lorde
Afro-German Women are Still Upholding the Legacy of May Ayim

There have always been people suffering from anti-Blackness. And May Ayim highlights the continuity of the Black experience—not only her own, but those before her as well.

Sep 10, 2020
Cover Photo: a photograph of Maria Beatriz Nascimento
When Black Women Pay for Black Liberation With Our Lives

Black women have been killed for our beliefs for as long as Black people have been demanding the right to breathe.

Jul 16, 2020
Cover Photo: Photograph via KathleenCollins.org
How Generations of Black Women Artists Are Lost to Institutional Racism

Kathleen Collins never subscribed to the over-wrought myth of the starving artist . . . For her, suffering did not beget great art.

May 07, 2020
Cover Photo: Illustration by Shanee Benjamin for Catapult
Cover Photo: Photography by Tore Sætre/Wikimedia
For Black Women, Love Is a Dangerous Thing—“Bitter” Showed Me How to Do It Anyway

I imagine she wrote it for women like me. Women who wear their hearts on their sleeves but hold their hands over their mouths.

Aug 01, 2019
Cover Photo: Photograph by Passarinho/Prefeitura de Olinda/Flickr
How This Woman Celebrates Black History and Food in Salvador, Brazil

Miraci is being the one thing blackness has always been forced to be even when unwilling—political.

Dec 11, 2018