Sarita Ranchod is a writer, researcher and sculptor interested in exploring and imagining freedom through creative expression. Her essay, Border Crossings is published in the anthology of African creative non-fiction, Safe House. Her essay, African Feminist Uprisings: Getting our Knickers in Knots is published in Feminist Africa; and her visual essay,engaging with her sculpture and disability was published in Agenda feminist journal. She has also published in the Mail & Guardian, City Press and Rhodes Journalism Review,where she served as commissioning editor. Her sculptural work journeys through feminine forms and expressions of Black beauty.She runs a specialist international development practice – Under the Rainbow: Creative Strategies for Positive Change.