Kofi Siriboe: I Am A Feminist. Period.

Kofi Siriboe: I Am A Feminist. Period.

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Added by December 21, 2017

The Ghanaian- American actor who had an interview with Bleu Magazine at NYC’s Ludlow House to discuss so many things – is career thus far, his heritage, his new film Jump, and even his thoughts on Beyoncé having an African-inspired baby shower. were Kofi’s thoughts on feminism. But what stood out were Kofi’s thoughts on feminism  When asked about the notion of a young Black man being a feminist, with no hesitation,

The actor said, “I am [a feminist]. Period. I champion women, I value women, I respect women.” 

He added;  “Like imagine saying you’re a feminist but in real life you disrespect women. I think being a feminist starts at home. It means you understand first, taking the time to get the knowledge. Put yourselves in situations to have these conversations. Once you get that knowledge, process it and figure out a way to be helpful…”

He also spoke about his relationship with his mom and also said that he is honoring his mother through his existence

“…like who I am, what I represent. That to me is rooted in my character and my mother—I came out of her. That’s an ode to her.“

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