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Voices Rising

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Introducing myself and my journal: First time writer

About Me: Quiet and meditative and a mother of three. … Read More»

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The Land, Their Food, Our Plight.

Rural African women are expected to feed the family but culturally denied the right to own land. Even the ownership and use of land is a gendered phenomenon. … Read More»

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Land: from my source to my home

It’s from above all lands that I am getting these thoughts: my mother and I are flying to Morocco. It has been 24 years since my mother get back to her birth land with her mother. … Read More»

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A Rented Life

Land has been a point where we start and end a journey. It is where I was born. It is where I have grown as a person who struggle for my dreams and those of others. … Read More»

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Land is an identity

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Introducing myself and my journal

About Me: A Philanthropist who beleives in good standard of life for all. A Journalist still learning. A Documentary filmmaker challenging attitudes with the help of the camera. … Read More»

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Indigenous Land Rights

In collective Polynesian terminology, the land: aina, fanua, fonua,fenua, whenua, vanua, is “Tapu” or sacred. … Read More»

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Sometimes, I wonder why we go by that name “HOME FOR ALL”, - the gateway to eastern, Nigeria – my land, my origin. My pride? … Read More»

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Homeland of Homeless

“House and houses” was my favorite childhood game; in which we acted as mom or dad living in a house we built with rocks. … Read More»

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