Africa / PoeTori

God’s Bits Of Wood

I am feeling  “artistically playful” tonight, so I have decided to string together and condense a seem of excerpts (the ones I found most powerful), from different parts of Ousmane Sembène’s  “God’s Bits of Wood” (a favorite), into a poem. Call it artistic or not, I give credit to the man whose words I have only lifted and decided to juggle into a … Continue reading

Africa

Declaration of Intellectuals & Scholars About the Destruction of Manuscripts in Timbuktu.

BY: The Africa Report, Posted on Wednesday, 30 January 2013 00:38 We, intellectuals of the African continent and its diaspora and our colleagues from the Americas, Asia, and Europe, reunited in Dakar for the Symposium Afrika Nko, protest the destruction and vandalizing of ancient manuscripts kept in the Ahmed Baba Institute of Timbuktu. This act of … Continue reading

Africa / Ghana

Homosexuality in Africa

Read this Article –> Homo-Sexuality in Africa Here’s my commentary on the article: This is a “no-go” topic of discussion in many African circles be they religiously entrenched or engrossed in certain political ideals – liberal or conservative. I do believe these are the issues my generation is definitely going to be faced with when the … Continue reading