I’m at this soccer game, a final “football” match between team Congo vs team Nigeria to end the Manitoba African Cup of Nations tournament. Summer is slowly giving way to fall, so the weather is at that undecided phase with clouds intermittently covering the sun bringing a bit of chilliness. There’s that subtle reminder that… Continue reading Diaspora, Resiliency, Ancestral Magic
Last year, the gruesome murder of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police sparked protests against anti-black racism in North America and many parts of the globe. It was such a heavy emotional time for many Black people. When we were preparing to go for a Black Lives Matter rally here in Winnipeg, my… Continue reading Talking About Racism With Your Black Children in the Diaspora
Happy New Year everyone! Yes, I know we’re almost into mid February but as a Kenyan I will honour our custom of wishing people a happy new year until June. I still feel like we’re in 2020 since my city has been under lockdown measures for over two months and we never had celebrations to… Continue reading 5 Books by African Authors to read during lockdown
‘Africa in our soul, watch how our culture glows’ – that’s the first statement on C. Nichole’s Children Book called The Reign: Africa. In this colourfully illustrated book, C. Nichole highlights various continental ethnic groups from different corners of Africa. The book is published by Pan African Publishing House, which aims to amplify authors of… Continue reading The Reign: Africa – A Children’s Book by C.Nichole
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