Nyasha Laing is a storyteller, strategist, and lawyer whose work gives voice to the vital, resonant narratives of diasporic communities. As a documentarian, she explores themes of cultural loss and renewal, ancestral memory and identity, and resistance. Her written and produced work has been featured in and on Yes Magazine, BBC Worldwide, the South African Broadcasting Network, the Art Museum of the Americas, and international film festivals. She has developed and produced storytelling products for the United Nations Development Program, the International Center for Transitional Justice, and the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund. Nyasha is a graduate of Yale University and NYU School of Law.
- Trauma, Hope, and Healing – New York University, NYC
- Gavin Brown Gallery, NYC
- Art Museum of the Americas, Washington, D.C.
- Women, Climate Change and Rural/Urban Displacement – AfroLatino Festival
- Commentator – Arise TV
- Social Impact of Film – Belize International Film Festival