Day: January 12, 2015

Reflections

A Different Kind of Cruelty

By Mpuga Rukidi, Uganda: I just sat and thought about how merciless we can sometimes be to our little ones. In a space of just less than a month, a number of sad stories involving children emerged. Their combined effect left such a huge dent on me. The first one concerned a girl whose mother earned a living by selling […]

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I am not Your type of Woman

By Afrikanah, Kenya: From the intolerable pit of darkness, I stretch my arms to the open country. Lying beyond my sleepy face, I am an outsider of dawn. I perceive the complex world As I grind on the dusty grounds. I have a coconut tint with brown eyes. My hair comes in shades of black. I am a black beauty […]

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