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Ambassadors For Change

VisualActivist.Me campaign is a visual petition anchored on the power of people using their voice and influence to push for change in the visual narrative of Africans and Afro-descendants worldwide.

Meet the Ambassadors for Change - influencers from different African countries and in the diaspora who believe in this cause and using their influence to champion diversity and inclusion in telling stories.

Ambassadors for Change are using their voice, abilities and influence to fight negative stereotypes, racism, inequality, poverty and injustices that affect black people on the continent and in the diaspora.

Christin Nzobadila-Bela

Christin Nzobadila-Bela is an African content creator, videographer, photographer, and storyteller who believes in letting the stories of people shine through his art.

Nana Kwadwo Duah

Brand Designer and Creative Director, Nana Kwadwo Duah, is a visual storyteller obsessed with the power of the spirit, intellect and image to shape Africa’s ‘future history’.

Ntokozo Masinga

Ntokozo Masinga is a South African communications professional, passionate about fashion, food and lifestyle with specialty in public relations, she has worked with some of SA’s biggest brands.

Ramsey Ariguzor

Ramsey Ariguzor is a Nigerian photographer into conceptual, documentary and lifestyle photography, who believes in using his craft positively to impact lives and communities.

Mel Madiba

Mel Madiba is a South African pyrography artist and influencer, whose creative works are rooted in themes of femininity, consciousness and full expression of oneself.

Ameyaw Debrah

Ameyaw Debrah is an award-winning entertainment and lifestyle blogger, a social media influencer and content creator, who has worked with some of the biggest brands in Ghana and beyond.

Richard Nii Nortei Adumuah

Nii Nortei Adumuah is a Ghanaian architect and founder of Hojja Africa – a social organization helping African youth to bridge the knowledge, culture and networking gaps on the continent.

Natasha Kisten

Natasha Kisten is the founder of Fit Like Mummy – a lifestyle blog dedicated to her family’s experiences at the intersection of fitness, food and general social life in South Africa.


Rita Harper is a documentary photographer/photo-journalist from Atlanta, Georgia. She captures raw, unfiltered aesthetic imagery that show the diversity and subcultures of black life.


Nedy Music is a Tanzanian singer and songwriter of Afropop, Zouk and Bongo Flava music genres, whose smooth vocals, amazing dance moves and creative charm have helped established his successful music career.