Jaclyn Modise is an Integrated Communications graduate from the Tshwane University of Technology in Pretoria, South Africa. Specialising in International Communications, Relations and Research. She is a Human Rights Activist passionate about Refugee Rights and overall human rights. Here are some highlights:
– Vocal about International and Foreign Diplomatic Affairs
– A polyglot speaking English, Afrikaans, Setswana, Isizulu, French and Portuguese at different levels – currently learning German.
– South Africa Representative at the BRICS International School – 2021 cohort.
– Global Communicator, Youth Diplomat, Human RIghts Activist, and Writer.
- Misogynoir is Black Women’s Other Pandemic, and it’s time to admit thatby Javanna PlummerIn many ways, misogynoir is Black women’s other pandemic. We are experiencing the effects of COVID-19 while still grappling with the effects of femicide and its subsidiaries.
- ‘They Cloned Tyrone’ masterfully portrays life in Black Americaby Javanna PlummerTLDR: violence, sex work, and pimping are manufactured by white supremacy (symbolized by The Glen’s all White gatekeepers).
- The Uphill Battle to “Say Gay” Amid Civil Rights Threatsby Javanna PlummerPride month may be coming to an end, but the fight for queer rights is … Read more
- Yes, Sukihana is a victim.by Javanna PlummerSexualized Black Women can be victims too.
- The Most Profound Celebrity Moments Blind Justiceby Ateeq RehmanAuthor Ateeq Rehman Ateeq Rehman is a freelance contributor for Rwebel. View all posts
Javanna is the editor of "Rwebel Magazine," the architect behind "Rwebel Radio," and the pioneering force of "Xscape." Through her words, Javanna hopes to inspire creativity, passion, and forward-thinking.