Hélène Christelle Munganyende is a writer and journalist.

Munganyende Hélène Christelle has 26 eventful years of life between Kigali, Eindhoven and Brussels. She is an essayist and 1/3 of the podcast Fufu & Dadels. As a self-proclaimed Beyoncéologist, she regularly analyzes the relationship between feminism and pop culture. She has published for the Duth news outlets De Volkskrant, Vogue Nederland and De Correspondent. She is currently a regular columnist for OneWorld magazine. Her publications focus on millennials, migration and various forms of coming home. From her hometown of Brussels, she is working on her debut novel.

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Name
Hélène Christelle Munganyende
Expertise
feminism, diversity
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Supported projects

Black Neighbourhoods

  • Art
  • Migration

BRUSSELS - The 'Black Neighbourhoods' project is a result of the writing residence of the Flemish-Dutch organisation deBuren. While the authors were walking through Paris, they were both attracted to Château Rouge, an African neighbourhood immediately behind Montmartre. The positive sides but also the struggles of the neighborhood with gentrification and crime, reminded them of that other African neighbourhood, much closer to home: Matonge in Brussels. That was the start of a long search for the history, identity and future of black neighbourhoods in Europe.