Sally Afia Antwi Nuamah (“SAAN”) is a Ghanaian-American scholar, activist, writer and filmmaker doing work at the intersections of race, gender, education, and politics in the U.S. and Africa. She is the author of the multi-award winning book, How Girls Achieve, the creator of the film, HerStory, and the founder of the TWII Foundation, which provides scholarships for girls in Ghana to be the first in their families to go to college.
RML Books by Sally Afia Antwi Nuamah
Ghanaian-American scholar, activist, writer and filmmaker Sally Afia Antwi Nuamah reads from the publication, On Loss: Two Poems from Ghana (Light Factory Publications, 2021). This reading was presented at the launch of the set “Ghanaian Writing on Migration and Diaspora” at Richmond Public Library on November 27, 2021.