Thursday, November 26, 2020
Sankoré was a contemporary of Oxford and the Sorbonne.
innovative political solutions are required to halt the wave of conflict, human rights violations and poverty that beset the ordinary people in West Africa.
We should measure how good students are at surviving without toilets
Knowledge will be the first frontier of our freedom.
When we tie our quest for freedom to toxic personalities or 'ideal' moments, we lose sight of true freedom. People come & go, moments end. Freedom is always becoming.
The politics and power of distinguishing languages from dialects.
Looking at persons instead of systems.
The inequalities of the present, build on a foundation of the old inequalities... and they persist.
We study the ripples. Not the water. Under which the bodies lie.
Violent erasure strips humanity of its value