Chidinma Irene Nwoye
Chidinma Irene Nwoye is an independent journalist covering the African diaspora, women’s rights, immigration, and Western policies in Africa. She is a contributor to Quartz Africa, and her work has appeared in Al Jazeera, the Village Voice, and OkayAfrica.
U.S. Warmly Welcomed Congo’s Disputed Election Results — but Has Been Sanctioning Its Election Officials Ever Since
Congo’s independent election authority hired Trump associates to lobby Washington — an unusual arrangement even by swamp standards.
Rape Victim Who Smuggled DNA Evidence Out of Rikers Wins Settlement
A woman raped by Rikers guards has settled a lawsuit against New York City, which she accused of “deliberate indifference” to sexual abuse at the jail.