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Culture Shock

Holding Hands – Lara Williams … Read More»

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Introducing myself and my journal: Women Arise

About Me: i am widow i work to stabilize poor widows because of stigma and associated widowood cultures My Areas of Expertise: advocacy … Read More»

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Calculating the risk: Online dating becoming a reality for African women professionals?

“I’ve just sent you an e-mail with the title “for our eyes only,” in the subject box, tell me what you think,” Menyiwe’s friend Emily whispered excitedly as she picked a document from the shared prin … Read More»

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Rosie's Hands

Rosie's hands raised me. They did things for me that my own mother's couldn't. They caught me and held me as my parents’ marriage dissolved while I was still barely teething. … Read More»

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Holding Hands - A Lifeline

Holding Hands … Read More»

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Fear of the Feminine

For us, as women, much of the world we live in represents the masculine energy of our leaders, rulers, family members. … Read More»

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Hold my hand. Let me go

Amongst all the voices in my head that clamored to be heard, the one I searched for could not be. That of my own heart. … Read More»

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My grandmother’s hands are not very pretty. They are square, rough and somewhat pudgy with short nails. They are the hands of a woman who will do what must be done. She is not a romantic. … Read More»

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Holding Hands

To the Principal of Girls’ Secondary School, Orlu, there was no justification for my ambition. It was abnormal; she vehemently refused me admission regardless of my academic score. … Read More»

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