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Of Demons & Men. EP. 16

Welcome to the final episode of the series, ‘Of Demons & Men’. Thank you for your comments and likes, you have been an amazing audience. This has been my most challenging story so far as I had no idea what direction the story would go, got robbed of my laptop and phone and had to borrow a laptop at times, write by hand and then type with my phone just to complete this. 944 more words


Of Demons & Men. EP. 15

Welcome to another episode in the series, ‘Of Demons & Men”. If you’re just coming please check below for the link Ti previous one

“Hey” 627 more words


PTSD Break the Silence & Artist Kehinde Wiley

By Beth Meyer

PTSD Break the Silence

I have borrowed this title from a Facebook webpage that’s trying to help spread awareness about PTSD. I’m including this in my blog post because I feel I’ve been neglecting some of the different forms anxiety can take and PTSD is one of them. 104 more words

The History Of African Masks

If you’ve been anywhere, maybe even just looking around your own house, it’s highly unlikely that you haven’t come across African masks. African masks are usually used for decorative purposes because of their colourful and unusual designs and we usually see them hanging on people’s walls. 363 more words


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Hey lovelies,

Happy New month y’all am so grateful that it’s finally my birthday month and am turning an year older and my blog is turning 2 years on 31st. 154 more words



Would we ever be friends again?

Would your lips ever mutter ‘I miss you’?

Would the sun rise from the south?

Would the seas boil at the North pole? 37 more words


 Khanyani Mxenge on Black Excellence

Q: How would you define black excellence?

A: I would define black excellence as the potential and the outstanding ability and triumphs that black people carry around. 459 more words

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