Nigerian born best-selling author and lecturer, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie is a self-proclaimed feminist who argues that we spend too much time teaching girls and boys gender-specific behaviors and attitudes as opposed to focusing and encouraging their actual humanity and innate abilities that would allow them to add value to the communities they belong to regardless of gender identity. This portrait tries to capture a radical Igbo Nigerian thinker who in the West has an even more complicated, and more racialized narrative thrust upon her. As the other women in this series of portraits, she speaks and acts within the context of the power that connects us all.