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Like most Nigerians, growing up in Lagos meant I had very little knowledge of, or exposure to, the rest of the country, not


My turning point came around the age of 7 when I tried identifying with other African-American kids in my Waterloo neighborhood. These kids


On June 11, 2016, I reached a significant milestone: I graduated with a B.S. in chemical engineering, had a job awaiting me at one


About three weeks ago, I met up with an Ivorian-American activist for lunch. We discussed African feminism, politics, cuisine, and most importantly governance across

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In the weeks following the tragic events at the Charlie Hebdo offices and the kosher supermarket in Paris in January 2015, I spent a


A “virtuous cycle” is one in which a reciprocal cause and effect leads to the improvement of the situation. As the world moves deeper into the


When I think about female micro-entrepreneurship in sub-saharan Africa, I often think about the women of Yaba market in Lagos. I wonder how they

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I feel at “home” whenever I am with people that keep me grounded and remind me that if I can’t translate all the stuff