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Here you will find a brand new story, recently published. It has been written by Chika Unigwe, who lives in Belgium, but she has roots firmly in Nigeria. 

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Reparations: Should We Allow Big Oil to Invest in Arts and Culture? #ChikaUnigwe

Parresia author, Chika Unigwe.

Reparations: Should We Allow Big Oil to Invest in Arts and Culture?

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Chika Unigwe

Keynote Address at the Writivism Festival 2015… 1,679 more words

the 2015 writivism

The names of the shortlist have been made known by the chair of the 2015 Writivism Short Story Prize Judging Panel. The name of the Chair is Chika Unigwe, from Nigeria.  14 more words

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Peer Pressure, Biggest Challenge as a Teen - Chika Unigwe

Chika Nina Unigwe is a Nigerian-born author. She was born in 1974, in Enugu and writes in English and Dutch. She got  selected to be part of Hay Festival’s Africa39 list of 39 Sub-Saharan African writers aged under 40 in April 2014.  597 more words

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Belgian newspaper portrays Obamas as apes

This week, Belgian newspaper De Morgen raised some brows after printing a picture of Barack and Michelle Obama as apes.

The image was photoshopped to illustrate the President and First Lady in the process of evolving from apes to humans. 252 more words

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these immigrants

I see two opposing trends. On the one hand I see a stress on the local situation in which people live. A movement of more political power for a small entity. 98 more words

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winner emerge in the first

The Nigerian writer Chika Unigwe did a good thing. She initiated a literary prize, the Awele Creative Trust Award. The first winner has been announced. 6 more words

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