What will it take to be heard? On protests for racial, gender and class justice
When I was a little girl, I once decided to see how long I could stop speaking for. In my adult memory the time span of my muteness experiment extended over four, five days.
‘I was attending political meetings as a nursing mother’
However, for a woman like me, I think it is a place worthy of being because I love to talk. I love to fight injustice, I like to say it as it is. I am an extremely vocal person.
Hillary Clinton and gender equality
It is no longer news that former American Secretary of State, Mrs. Hillary Clinton, on June 4th became the first woman in American history to become a presumptive ...
Toilets at rear, wear suitable garments
There's a lot of talk about toilets lately. After the Obama administration told US schools to let transgender pupils use toilets matching their gender identity...
“Mercy will promote harmonious families”
Dr. (Mrs.) Celine Njoku is a counselling psychologist. She is a Fellow of Counselling Association of Nigeria (FCASSON), member, Worldwide Marriage Encounter, Nigeria (WWME) ...
You are most likely mistaken about gender
While speaking about homeland security, George “Gaffe” Bush once said, “I just want you to know that, when we talk about war, we’re really talking about peace.”