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A Burial Culture Learnt?

Of all phenomena surrounding human existence, death is the most confounding. With different work of speculations on post-life experience, death remains a mystery unresolved perhaps living on the guess of humans for million of years.

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A Subservient Post-Colonial Africa

In a reflection on how Africa has been failed by westernisation, the author of The Fishermen, Chigozie Obioma, chronicles the pains of colonialism and how it has replaced everything Africa and cultural heritage after the

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Why You Should Not Use N-Word

Not for black people though, Ta-Nehisi Coates was referring to whites and why they should be excluded from using N-word. At least, Coates believes by abstaining from using the word, they could pick some things.

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Squatting and Our Health: A Forgotten Art

The forgotten art of squatting is a revelation for bodies ruined by sitting. In most developed countries of the world such as UK, France, US and other first world resting is a synonym for sitting.

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How Toilet Paper Is Promoting Black Beauty in Brazil

“Black is beautiful” became a popular slogan in the late ’60s and early ’70s during the Black Power movement, defined by the rise of leaders like Stokely Carmichael and Angela Davis and groups like the

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