the failure to fact-check, arises from the preposterous and ahistorical stereotypes of the feeble Black African Woman.
The politics and power of distinguishing languages from dialects.
Our country is not moving, just like our queues.
By not accounting for how the freedom to wear natural hair affects the black woman specifically, we silence and erase the black female experience and thus do epistemic violence to her.
Nigeria needs the best of the best doing the best of their best. Not just doctors.
The inequalities of the present, build on a foundation of the old inequalities... and they persist.
The guilty ones are not only those that strike a blow, most guilt lies in the silence.
'Hate is the IDEOLOGY that lives on in events and words; the names may change, but its evil spirit lives on, stubbornly refusing to die, despite our resolute insistence that we live in a post-racial, degendered, multi-cultural world.'