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Coming into My Own Spiritual Physical and Intellectual Body

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Loving Nayo

My initial purpose for writing was in the spirit of loving my daughter Nayo. I have been catching up with her through facebook until I was blocked. … Read More»

Ending Violence Against Women: Teach A Woman 2 Fish Jamaica: From Tragedy To Passion

I have been out of commission for quite sometime as a social activist on world pulse. I had to take some time to heal and evaluate what I do and why I do what I do. … Read More»

The Journey Ends, Cause for Pause

My work at the University has come to an end, as students begin to protest for the resignation of the Vice Chancellor because of the failure for them to provide running water, internet services and ot … Read More»

Silent Protest Inside My Head

Today I am compelled to write, to speak my voice and to give a name and a face the protest that was held inside my dream last night. Some days ago, I experienced another episode of sexism. … Read More»

Bombing in Uganda

Four days before the explosion, and before bodies were thrown to the ground, I was having dinner at the very restaurant that is now in shreds!!!! … Read More»

From Country, to University, to Prostitute

It is a sad commentary to report that many young women in Africa are turning to prostitution as a means to support their educational aspirations. … Read More»

Childrens Right in Ugandan Schools

I recently had to pull my son out of the Ugandan school system because he was beginning to feel used and abused. … Read More»

Blown Away

Today I was blown away. Why one might ask, with all the various issues, that families are faced with in Africa? What could possibly blow me away. … Read More»

Mother Angel

I grew up seeing my mother beaten on a daily basis along with her children, so as a result, I was not able to see her as a role model. … Read More»

A New Day

Wow!!! Where do I begin. First let me start with what I have accomplished in the last year. As you all know I have been acting as the Vice Chancellor of MPAU. … Read More»

My Declaration of Coming into My Own Spiritually, Physically and Intellectually

Wow, it has been some time since I wrote my first post here on Pulsewire. I have grown leaps and bounds inside of Self/Spirit. … Read More»

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