A Letter to My Nephew

Two weeks ago, we visited the National Museum of African American History and Culture, and the experience was an exceptionally profound, yet haunting one. At the museum, I bought James Baldwin’s book, The Fire Next Time,Read more

Waves of Change

60% of Africa’s population is under 35 years of age, but in our political office, there has been no space for the youth to make a political footprint. In an article by David E Kiwuwa he says,Read more

Unity in Diversity

19390763_1337156089732479_3290467708641420467_o

Unity in Diversity

Unity in diversity is the motto on the National Coat of Arms that is drawn from the /Xam expression !ke e: /xarra // ke which literally means diverse people unite.Read more

Stations of Doom

Stations of Doom.

I have been in Washington D.C. for just over two weeks now, and I have been using the metro daily. The architecture of the metros have really piqued my interest, and I have been documenting each metro stop that I get on and off at.Read more

An Ode to Mikhail

18671725_10156126520745329_166565497713028879_o

An ode to Mikhail

In life, we remember you.

We will remember your joy and how you lit up a room the second you walked into it.

We will remember your thoughtfulness,Read more

The Apology That Never Came

A Jewish woman who is concealing her face sits on a park bench marked Only for Jews, Austria, 1938 ernest-cole-picture-2

The apology that never came

It has been almost 80 years since the Holocaust happened, but German society, albeit after 20 years of avoiding the issue, has completely acknowledged their role in the Holocaust,Read more

To the Dreamers that Didn’t Make it

IMG_5294

To the Dreamers that Didn’t Make it

One day when I grow up…

“I want to be a pilot.”
“I want to be a teacher.”
“I want to be an advocate.”
“I want to be a soccer player.”
“I want to be rich.”

On Tuesday the 23rd of April,Read more