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life and equality redefined

My voice is UNSTOPPABLE, CHARISMATIC, EXTROVERTED, COURAGEOUS , and sometimes IMPULSIVE!

I want to be a correspondent because i want to speak for those women, girls and children who are afraid to speak up, i want to fight discrimination and its contribution to underdevelopment in my community, i would love to be the voice that can change policies to foster development for all minorities in my community.

Honest ,strong, solution based journalism will help my community change perspectives through debate and hopefully stand up to fight for what rightly belongs to them.

Comments

Being a voice to those who are afraid to speak up - and also for those people who have never realized they also have a right to speak ... quite important.

Good luck with your journey Patsy. Speak to them and speak for them and in turn they will learn to speak for themselves.

Salaam
Aminah

Tash's picture

Yes Aminah, hoping that being

Yes Aminah, hoping that being their strength rubs off on them and creating quite a force in the end!
Wish you the very best too.x

Kind Regards,
Patsy.

Precious M's picture

Go girl!

There is something in that voice!

My pen speaks

Tash's picture

Thanks. Precious. X

Thanks. Precious. X

Kind Regards,
Patsy.

Greengirl's picture

Best wishes

Your voice has already started making a difference. Now I can't but echo the words of precious- Go girl!

Greengirl

Tash's picture

Thanks. Greengirl! I

Thanks. Greengirl!

I appreciate it! All the best too x

Kind Regards,
Patsy.

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