Dr. Msia Kibona Clark is a Tanzanian and African American feminist and Cultural Studies scholar. She is currently an Associate Professor of African Studies at Howard University. Her work focuses on representations of Pan Africanism, African feminism, and African/Diaspora identities in popular culture. Her work also explores African feminism’s role in cyberfeminist spaces. Her scholarship includes the books on Hip-Hop in Africa & Black Transnationalism, and the forthcoming African Women in Digital Spaces: Redefining Social Movements on the Continent and in the Diaspora. She currently teaches Hip Hop and Social Change in Africa, a joint course between George Washington University and Howard University. She is also the creator and producer of the Hip Hop African Blog & Podcast.