Radiant No.12 | Print ::: The Womanhood Issue

Radiant No.12 | Print
The Womanhood Issue

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Radiant Issue No. 12, The Womanhood Issue, is an ode to Black 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.


 Issue Highlights:

  • 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! 


    Includes free digital edition.

    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.

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 1 review
    Bella R.

    I absolutely love Radiant Magazines. This was my favorite issue but I must admit all the issues I have read have been very inspiring, educative and bring out a n immense sense of pride in me as a black woman.
    I appreciate the quality of the pages, the interviews and photos. Definitely a great resource for too many things African and a great cocktail table decorative piece.