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of scribbles, words and miracles

I grew up in community which frowned upon broken families. In the mid-80s, literature on broken families was not accessible and if they were, nobody read them to me. I was six when my father left us. … Read More»

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Forsha Na kalo (Fair or Dark)? – The Jolting Role of SKIN COLOR!

“Meye toh kalo hobe! (the girl will be dark colored!)”…………. This was one of the first statements made about me by one of my relatives when I was born. … Read More»

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I am not a victim

My name is Lorraine Muwuya 32 years age and am a mother of five children. Four biological and one adopted . … Read More»

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mavelous women

I recalled my paternal grandmother's saying that if you had seven female children, you had not given birth to any child. And my mother had eight of us. … Read More»

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Later after my Secondary School in 2007, my mother and I agreed that I should look for a job to work so as I sustain my self and the family, since we had just lost our Father to HIV/AIDS and Mum had … Read More»

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At The Same Developmental Milestone

“Why it takes longer at MY DAUGHTER’S turn?” I could see a panel of faculties sitting on the stage. I could observe their facial expression from this distance. … Read More»

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Messages from God

What do you do when your inner most feeling is calling out to you? … Read More»

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Slapping the Slapper

Slapping the Slapper … Read More»

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Unforgotten day

Being rejected at the airport is a weird situation. I have never imagined such a situation although I travel a lot. … Read More»

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