Our Environment, Our Heritage

The African people have always shared a deep respect for their environment. Our culture embodied our love affair with our environment and for centuries we co-existed in chaotic harmony with the great gorillas of the Virunga and majestic elephants of the Okavango Delta. Our totems are representative of our reverence of our wild companions. In […]

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My African Hair, My African Soul

By Winnie Kyomuhendo “I am not my hair I am not this skin I am a soul that lives within” India Arie A woman’s hair has often been described as her crown, a symbol of her identity and sometimes a window into her personality. If you wear your hair pony-tailed without a single strand out […]

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Fat? Really?

By Stella Damasus “I am pregnant.” These three words are life-changing for everyone involved. It could be good or not so good news but will definitely change lives instantly. All of a sudden, there are thoughts of a new being, new furniture, new room, extra security and safety measures, hospital visits, meal plans, changes in […]

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The Silence Pandemic African Women Should Address

There is neither decorum nor honor in silence, I suggest we should know. A whispering voice is better than words never uttered at all. So, having said that, I think it is preposterous to opine that silence will make us feel and look like better women who were better raised in our typical African societies […]

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L’amour Est Une Histoire De Sorcellerie

Par Christelle Kamanan Entretien avec Nathalie Tientcheu Aujourd’hui je vous propose d’aller à la rencontre de Nathalie Tientcheu, l’autrice du livre L’amour est une histoire de sorcellerie. À travers un roman dynamique elle nous emmène au cœur de la vie d’une famille franco-camerounaise. Entre comédie et drame, on passe du rire à l’énervement au cours […]

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