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Response to "The Danger of a Single Story"

You can watch the TED Talk here

Listening to this TED Talk reaffirmed all of the reasons for which I write.

There were so many quotes that I wish I would have caught because it was all so very inspiring. 370 more words

Black Authors

Book 2: We Should All Be Feminists

This book by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie is actually the script of a talk she gave for TED some time ago. I know I am late to the party, but sometimes I am not really up to date. 742 more words


22 books (January)

Photo credit: My phone

Hi everyone! Hope the week was great?! I ain’t got much to say, I don’t even know if I should do the review now or later but in respect to one of the things I promised myself to do before my next birthday. 158 more words


We Should All Be Feminists

 Title: We Should All Be Feminists

Author: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

Publisher: Vintage

Release Date: 2014

Source: Chapters

Rating: 5/5

I’ve been wanting to read this little book for quite some time now, and although I had never gotten around to watching her Tedx talk, I have heard of how much this essay has inspired gender equality and feminism in communities around the world.   283 more words


On The Rebirth: My Reading and Writing - Oluwaseyi G. Abidoye

I love reading, give my books, drinks and a quiet room; you might not see me outside that room in days. I love writing too, and I have scattered pieces of my random writings in a few spaces on the internet. 633 more words


'We Should All Be Feminists' by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

What is the definition of feminism? Is it the same when applied to African women? Is there such a thing as African, or Asian, or European feminism?  230 more words

Great Moments

Chimamanda Adichie on Francis and the Catholic Church

As I reported in my book, Catholic churches are emptying at an astonishing rate.   What’s the reason? The answer can be found in an excellent article by Chimamanda Adichie that appeared a couple of months ago in the… 472 more words