OK, so I said I would be continuing with this feminism antics.. so here I am with another post on feminism and being an African feminist. I want to address two stereotypes that me as an African feminist I have come across. Being African and being a feminist to a lot of people is likeContinue reading She said she is a FEMINIST.
School… school is a place. Actually school is a building. School is not synonymous to education. School is not equal to a good life (coming from someone who has spent the last 17 years in that building). School is just a building. In fact… school is just a place where people go to…like the market.Continue reading School
Immigrants are not mountains. The movement of people from one territory to the other is not a crime. The migration of third world peoples (kings and queens) to other parts of the world for economic betterment is not a crime. Immigrants are not mountains. We have to move. We have to move to search forContinue reading We are not mountains we have to move.
When you let power get to your head, you forget that to be powerful means to serve. When you let power get to your head, you refuse to acknowledge those who are in need of your services. When you let power get to your head, you become the oppressed turned the oppressor. When you letContinue reading To my Power(less) African leaders