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iwriteaboutfeminism:

12:01 AM in Ferguson. Curfew broken.

YES!!

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alounelly:

So cool!!

Hello new background.

negritaaa:

alounelly:

So cool!!

Hello new background.

(via blackfashion)

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fashiondiplomacy:

well i think i’m going to copy this

fashiondiplomacy:

well i think i’m going to copy this

(Source: streetstylevgenio)

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the-leader-in-red:

moonlightwithasideoffries:

prickisawonker:

the documentary about this whole thing is so good

i think i just read the saddest story ever???

A better love story than Twilight

(Source: malamute29, via euphemisticmind)

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Drain, Gain and Waste - African Brains ::: #graphAfrica

Drain, Gain and Waste – African Brains ::: #graphAfrica

We hear a lot about the waves of phenomenon happening to the African brain. The two biggest ones being the Gain and the Drain.

 

Brain Gain:

an increase in the number of highly trained, foreign-born professionals entering a country to live and work where greater opportunities are offered 

Brain Drain:

a loss of trained professional personnel to another company, nation, etc., that offers g…

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A Cup of Garri ::: #graphAfrica

A Cup of Garri ::: #graphAfrica

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Months ago D’Banj posted a picture to his instagram that linked to his twitter showing off a bag of garri. Some laughed at the idea while others, myself included, found it borderline fascinating. I will talk first about what garri is, then what my relationship to it is, then a little bit of the sociology of food to show why this matters.

What is Garri?:

It is a tiny grain made by putting…

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Beyonce Africanized ::: #graphAfrica

Beyonce Africanized ::: #graphAfrica

The biggest artist of our times is Beyonce. Hands down. Hi five to the entire Bey-hive – all gazillion of you! It’s almost safe to say that she’s dominated the entire second decade of the 21st century. Why am I writing about her when I’m supposed to be focusing on Africa? you ask. Well, there are connections to be made and possible appropriation to be concluded because her originality can…

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FINALLY read The Alchemist ::: #graphAfrica

FINALLY read The Alchemist ::: #graphAfrica

The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho. I finally read it.

These are the parts I highlighted:

  1. “Treasure is uncovered by the force of flowing water, and it is buried by the same currents.”
  2. “If you start out by promising what you don’t even have yet, you’ll lose your desire to work toward getting it.”
  3. “The secret of happiness is to see all the marvels of the world, and never to forget the drops of oil on…

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Bright Ideas like Bright’s (GH) ::: #graphAfrica

Bright Ideas like Bright’s (GH) ::: #graphAfrica

Picking a theme to go with and challenging oneself to write on it every single day for a month is…challenging! What with said writing needing to happen between a demanding day job and the body and mind’s demand for rest.

I decided to start #graphAfrica on July 1st and today on the 9th, this is my 6th post :/ …. I really struggled on the long 4th of July weekend as I was hardly home. I’ll make up…

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