The Yoruba Conversation Club is aimed at broadening the vocabulary of Yoruba speakers at whatever level, as well as creating a space for beginners and intermediate speakers to enjoy the language, and its attendant culture/s. We aim to provide a welcoming and inviting environment for beginners and other speakers to improve their vocabulary, find a community of speakers – and learn more about the Yoruba language and experience in the world. The club is open anyone who speaks or has a minimum level of comprehension of Yoruba. We welcome everyone regardless of gender, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, income, or physical ability.
Dele Meiji is a British Nigerian writer. His non-fiction writing has appeared in a variety of publications including Chimurenga, The Guardian, New Black Magazine, Modern African Generation, New African Woman, and the New African. His stories and poetry have been published in a variety of publications including the anthology Velocity: The Best of Apples & Snakes, and in magazines such as Saraba, and Open Road Review. He runs the occasional blog: http://www.jebujene.org