I am not sure when my activism started, but I recall being active in high school and at the church group. After graduating from university I worked at a non-governmental organization that aims for an equal society. I think this is when I started to be more aware of inequality and violation around me. Years after, when I returned to Bilwi my hometown, I joined … Continue reading Afro women’s: A Pillar of Civil Rights
In remembrance of slavery and slaves trade. Continue reading Slaves: A Road to Freedom
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En Finlandia la mujer negra vive microagresiones y discriminaciones silenciosas. Continue reading Ser mujer negra en Finlandia
This is my family tree. Do you know your ancestors roots? Investigate it if you don’t know it.
Continue reading My family tree
The language we speak is part of our identity. There is not such thing as a bad or good language. Continue reading As soon as I open my mouth
Black women facing racism in two countries across the Atlantic Ocean. Continue reading Race and gender: Being same -being different
My natural hair is style and a political element. Here is my story.
Continue reading My hair: style or political decision?