In the Media


Observer Magazine: Kidnap, rape, escape … then a family: the tale of Eunice and Bosco

Princeton Alumni Weekly: A Silent Majority Speaks

Vogue: What It’s Like to Pole Dance With Lupita Nyong’o, and More With Alexis Okeowo

OkayAfrica: Alexis Okeowo on Her New Book and Why We Need More Stories About Everyday Life in Africa

Guernica: Alexis Okeowo: Everyday Africans Fighting Extremism

The Montgomery Advertiser: Local writer, LAMP grad makes good in ‘The New Yorker’

NPR Books: Alexis Okeowo Finds God In The Brave Acts Of Ordinary Africans

NPR Fresh Air: Journalist Chronicles Ordinary People Fighting Extremism in Africa

NPR Weekend Edition: Author Recognizes Ordinary Africans Fighting Extremism

The Fader: It’s crucial to write about Africa with ethics and empathy. Alexis Okeowo explains how.

Global Dispatches Podcast: Journalist Alexis Okeowo Writes Profiles of Resistance in Africa

CBS This Morning Podcast: Resisting extremism in Africa with author Alexis Okeowo

The Boston Globe: Ordinary Africans fighting terrorists

Other interviews:

Sandi Klein Show: Conversations with Creative Women, August 2016

Good Magazine: Beyond #BringBackOurGirls, December 2015

Longform Podcast: Alexis Okeowo, April 2015

NPR’s On the Media: The ongoing horrors of Boko Haram, January 2015



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