Tag Archives: Africa

Life Can Be Good!

  I have been feeling so lonely, so vulnerable,  so slow in my thinking, so desperate. I feel abandoned. I am an orphan among other orphans. I am a widow among millions others, I am a less privileged and people … Continue reading

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How Do We Understand The Disadvantaged People?

Most of the time we minimize people’s  feelings and needs. As we continue to support the disadvantaged students in the Togo, we have come to realize that the needs are more than we thought and this, I would not blame … Continue reading

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My High Desire To Become Somebody: Part I

    As a child and growing up I think that I have been having big dreams, dreams that I wanted to compare with my parents’ wishes for me. Wishes that my grandfather and grandmother saviors of my situation and … Continue reading

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Can We End Racism Without God?

I see and hear everyday things such as: I don’t like this person, I was stereotyped, is it because I am Hispanic, Black, European, Africa…. the list goes on and on. How did we come to get this way of … Continue reading

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My Charity Organization: FDSBF

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My 2012 Hair Care Resolution

This week, I decided to take care of my hair in 2012 for 6 months by using non professional products such as African Black soap that I brought from Togo, the Natural Suave Tropical coconut shampoo and conditioner. I don’t … Continue reading

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Afrocentric or Afrocentrism

Afrocentrism (also Afrocentricity; occasionally Africentrism[1]) is cultural ideology mostly limited to the United States, dedicated to the history of Black people a response to global racist (Eurocentric/Orientalist) attitudes about African people and their historical contributions by revisiting this history with … Continue reading

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