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The Introduction

Hey Loves! Here’s another short story! I wrote this several years ago…


First of all, introduction. My name is Adamara Okeke; I am a Nigerian teenager on a mission- a mission to find  573 more words

5 TED Talks That Will Inspire And Empower You

TED Talks are the greatest thing to happen since Oprah. 20 – 30 minute video talks by professionals, leaders, anyone who wants to challenge the status quo and talk about it; in turn inspiring and motivating others to do the same. 544 more words


Chimamanda Adichie

‘ I am a bit of a fundamentalist when it comes to black women’s hair. Hair is hair – yet also about larger questions: self-acceptance, insecurity and what the world tells you is beautiful. 13 more words


Top Ten Tuesday: Ten--Well, Seven--Books on My Syllabus

This is an old Top Ten Tuesday suggested by The Broke and the Bookish that I didn’t have a chance to finish, but I think these books are important and wanted to share them with you.   289 more words


Chimamanda Adichie's 'Half of a Yellow Sun' is chosen favourite novel from the last 10 years of the Women's Prize for Fiction

BBC Woman’s Hour announced today that Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s ‘Half of a Yellow Sun’ has been chosen as the best of the best book written by a woman in the last decade. 34 more words


The Single Story A.K.A Not The Whole Story.

I recently watched a Ted talk where the talk was given by a Nigerian Novelist named Chimamanda Adichie who is a Nigerian Novelist. In the talk they discussed what was known as the danger of the single story. 517 more words

DHIT (Digital Humanities And Information Technology)

The Political as Personal: On Reading Widely by Alexandra Watson

Art You Engaged. / Are you engaged? is an emergency issue of The James Franco Review. Writers, editors, and artists around the country explored what it means for them to be politically or consciously engaged in their work and to also examine literature’s relationship to safety.  734 more words

Issue: Art You Engaged