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My voice is the Spirit

My voice is sonorous, seditious, enthusiastic, expressive and powerful.

I want to be a correspondent because I have a sense of obligation to tell untold stories of fellow women and girls in my hometown to the world so as to bring about betterment.
I want to be a correspondent because it helps me build the bridge between confined communities and the world in order to break the boundaries and get the information circulated.
I want to be a correspondent because it dares me to challenge the social and cultural constrains fellow women and girls undertake in my home communities.

Honest, strong, solutions-based journalism will help my community to flourish in a way women and girls are empowered, initiative, and with equal statuses to cooperate with men folk and ultimately create the best environment for everyone.

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Aminah's picture

sonorous :) what a wonderful voice

You know that word reminded me of a talk I listened to recently.
You can see it here. http://video.ted.com/talk/podcast/2012X/None/KakenyaNtaiya_2012X.mp4

She has the most sonorous, expressive, & powerful voice I have heard so far.

All the best to you.

Salaam
Aminah

jampa's picture

Thank you very much

Dear Aminah,
Thank you very much for the comment and thank you for the link and will listen to it right away.
Hope everything has been going wonderful with you and your assignment.
Best wishes,
Cheers,
Jampa

BUHENDWA NEEMA's picture

bien

bein de vous voir dans le chose spirituelle

neema weza

BUHENDWA NEEMA's picture

avec courade, information et

avec courade, information et initiative vous pouvez tout changer

neema weza

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