All posts tagged: education

Respect The People, Not Just The Culture

With recent events such as the death of George Floyd and the uproar from the Black Lives Matter movement, an outpour of support for black people has flooded in. The conversation reached mainstream media in ways I haven’t seen before. While this support isn’t as […]

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6 Nigerian Authors

In celebration of the 59th Nigerian Independence Day, I’ve put together a list of 6 Nigerian authors along with a short review of some of the books and essays I’ve read (plus one author whose plays I would like to read). Nigeria is easily home […]

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Oh No, Not Another Angry Black Woman

Black women are so easily labelled as being ‘angry’. The ‘angry black woman’ is a misguided entertainment device. I see the ‘angry black woman’ stereotype on the TV. She’s seen shouting, rolling her eyes and just generally being louder than everyone else. Recently, Serena Williams […]

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