Kemi Falodun is a writer, journalist, and editor. Her writing explores mental health, social justice, culture, and the intersections between private and public memory.
She is an alumna of Purple Hibiscus Creative Writing Workshop and the inaugural BookArtArea Workshop. She participated in the Invisible Borders Trans-African Road Trip (Borders Within II) and published an essay chapbook, "A Life in Transit" (2019). Kemi's work has been published in Al Jazeera, Catapult, The Guardian UK, Africa is a Country, The Republic, Saraba Magazine, and elsewhere.
In 2020, she co-started the POBIN Project to document stories of police brutality in Nigeria. She's a 2021 One World Media fellow.