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A Nation to Save Africa and The Black Race

I wanted to write something in honor of Black History/Heritage Month which is celebrated February in the US. I m not in the US anymore, havent visited in some years but going to college there gave me an appreciation of black history and a more pan-black/african mindset. 498 more words

Musings

I. Pestilence and its Victims

       Sétif-

   

                    Auschwitz is now empty,                                           

 

A mob to

The colon’s beat,
Natives with their tongues cut out,
Slog to the marketplace.

 

Toast to victories-
Not theirs, at least for now. 126 more words

Poetry

Why not a Plumber?

I read the story of A Little Princess and loved it. I have always been a fan of the story ever since I saw the 1995 movie. 725 more words

Child Literature

Thaqafa Weekly #1

To kick off the first in the T-Weekly series is a new Instagram project from @diplomantiq. “#IRAQnostalgia: This is a response to the current wave of cultural cleansing in #Iraq – A series of posts to celebrate the nation’s rich culture & heritage.” 255 more words

MENA

Questioning the Legality of the House of Windsor*

Questioning the Legality of the House of Windsor*

Is this why they keep concocting new ways to create a baby on unsuspecting wealthy couples while reducing the rest of the population? 611 more words

Society

Feeling Conflicted While Traveling

I am currently traveling in South America and feel conflicted in how to deal with “good white people” on my journey.

I have always been quite interested in the history of the Americas, and I am thankful to now be here and experience at least a small part of the continent for myself. 582 more words

Personal Ponderings

Approaches to freedom: struggles for independence as depicted on films

Over winter break, out of boredom, and being the history buff that I am, I decided to watch two films on colonial struggles: the first, “Gandhi” (1982), is an Academy Award winning film that depicted the Indian leader’s life and works in its historical contexts. 1,143 more words

India