Nari Matikanya

Tanzania

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Nari Matikanya (Tanzania) published:

Her Is My Name:Patrisse Marie Cullors

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Imagine a future where black people are fully liberated. A future where black people are given equal opportunities, and a fair chance to succeed in society. A future where we are fully free, where African American women are praised for their melanin, where politicians create policy and platforms to address the issues that impact our daily lives. Moreover, where we are not targeted by police and killed by law enforcement, an equal future.

  In 2013, Patrisse Cullors  alongside two impactful women,...

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6 months ago

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Nari Matikanya (Tanzania) published:

Her Is My Name:Michelle Obama

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"I am an example of what is possible when girls from the very beginning of their lives are loved and nurtured by people around them. I was surrounded by extraordinary women in my life who taught me about quiet strength and dignity."- Michelle Obama

Michelle is known for her relatable speeches, her tactful honesty, her remarkable moral compass, and ability to interpret situations from multiple perspectives. Her hard work over the years in her  career, and  support of her husband’s...

6 months ago

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Nari Matikanya (Tanzania) published:

Her Is My Name:Michelle Obama

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"I am an example of what is possible when girls from the very beginning of their lives are loved and nurtured by people around them. I was surrounded by extraordinary women in my life who taught me about quiet strength and dignity."- Michelle Obama

Michelle is known for her relatable speeches, her tactful honesty, her remarkable moral compass, and ability to interpret situations from multiple perspectives. Her hard work over the years in her  career, and  support of her husband’s...

6 months ago

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Nari Matikanya (Tanzania) published:

Her Is My Name:Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

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“I wasn’t black until I came to America. I became black in America.”- Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

People say things like, “Well Africa doesn’t support feminism because African culture says that the man is superior.” However, inequality is something that happens globally, therefore you cannot use culture as a statistic.             
We  live in a society that is so divided by gender. Education is divided by gender. There are so many opportunities you are deprived...

6 months ago

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Nari Matikanya (Tanzania) published:

Her Is My Name:Coretta Scott King

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   Black, a color, African, these are just a few examples of what the color black may relate to. However, four hundred years since slavery, this is the story of one of the most pivotal events in American History, this is the call of freedom to those who were choked, killed, raped, tormented until every single piece of their black flesh was peeled off. Moreover, this is the story of those who were silenced and the revolution that arises that led...

6 months ago

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Nari Matikanya (Tanzania) published:

Her Is My Name:Coretta Scott King

FREE WRITING

   Black, a color, African, these are just a few examples of what the color black may relate to. However, four hundred years since slavery, this is the story of one of the most pivotal events in American History, this is the call of freedom to those who were choked, killed, raped, tormented until every single piece of their black flesh was peeled off. Moreover, this is the story of those who were silenced and the revolution that arises that led...

6 months ago