Radiant Issue No. 12, The Womanhood Issue, is an ode to African womanhood, a warm embrace of all that makes us women, a celebration of how far we’ve come, a bold examination of the battles yet unwon and a call to unapologetically press on.
Includes free digital edition.
Our covergirl is none other than the talented, beautiful spirit and quintessential Radiant Woman that is Rosalyn 'Ros' Gold-Onwude. As one of the leading women in sports broadcasting, Ros is dominating a space that didn’t have her in mind when it was created, and doing it with incredible grace and style. And she has a story to tell!
The lowdown on low-carb diet
This issue's Local Champ is the lovely lady finger aka okra which delights and surprises with unexpected scrumptious recipes
I WOMAN: A manifesto
Compelling in-depth features on:
Female genital mutilation and the people working to end it
Questions you have about your vagina (and answers!)
New ways to catch your flow in the 21st century
Inspiring interviews of remarkable African women including former CNN anchorwoman Isha Sesay; womanist, fitness guru and twerk queen Kelechi Okafor; Nigeria's LGTBQ activist Pamela Adie; award-winning handbag designer Joy Egbegemba; the woman behind Beyonce's Lemonade braids Susan Oludele; health food advocate and innovator Agatha Achindu; and Comfort Momoh, MBE, the renowned campaigner against female genital mutilation who established one of the first FGM clinics in Britain.
And so much more!
More than a magazine, each volume of Radiant Health is a beautifully designed coffee table magazine printed on premium paper. 180 pages // soft touch cover.
Radiant Health magazine is published twice a year.
Giving Back: Our Partnership with Mirabel Center Lagos We believe that actions speak louder than words, even when they're beautifully written and printed. To this end we have partnered with Mirabel Center Lagos and committed to donate a portion of each magazine sale to its mission. Your purchase of Radiant Health Magazine enables Mirabel, the only organization of its kind in Nigeria, to provide rape and sexual assault victims free forensic medical and counseling services.