Chanté Moos


Chanté is a feminist, dreamer and student from South Africa who hopes to inform and inspire.

  1. Lifestyle
    How My Love of Football Goes Against My Feminism

    These are enough reasons to absolutely hate football but I simply cannot. I am optimistic about the future of women's…

  2. Anti-Racism
    #SayHerName: An Intersectional and International Perspective on #BlackLivesMatter

    In 2015, Sandra Bland died of asphyxiation in police custody. However, her death was ruled as suicide by police authorities.…

  3. Rights
    Do Women Benefit from Revolution?

    This is the question I’ve been asking myself while reading Thomas Sankara’s ‘Women’s Liberation and the African Struggle’. The book…

  4. Climate & The Environment
    Is the Climate Movement too White?

    I believe it is important to highlight the work of black and brown girls in the climate change movement. They…

  5. Feminism
    Diversity in Beauty is neither a Trend nor a Threat

    For the first time in history, all of the major beauty pageant titles are held by black women. For the…

  6. Arts
    The New Generation of Female Rappers

    There's a new generation of female rappers changing the narrative for women in hip hop, and hopefully in society more…