Meet Chibundu Ozuno

The interview was in front of the student body, faulty members, and guests. Despite the nervousness, Ms. Onuzo lightened me up by easing the atmosphere with inspirational quotes and humorous jokes. Her witty words and posture clearly showed how this was not her first time doing an interview on stage.

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These boys that had the dream of being teachers in rural communities, that came from the most severe poverty to give hope to their towns, died at hands of the army in Mexico, the “narcos” have denied their involvement over and over. They were taken to a military base and were never seen again. http://amn.st/6180BKLRY

“The only thing that separates women of colour from anyone else is opportunity.”

Because this is such an inspirational speech, it also has a possibility to suggest viral ideas. Racial ethnic and social minorities significantly lack opportunities. However, that does not mean to lower the bars or expectations for them. The root of the problem can never be addressed if the result is spoon-fed to those less privileged; … More “The only thing that separates women of colour from anyone else is opportunity.”

When Elephants Fight, it’s the Grass that Gets Trampled On

When we consider the victims of war, it’s not always the soldiers that have experienced their worst nightmares. The proverb, “when elephants fight, it’s the grass that gets trampled on” is used to portray the war from a different perspective – form the innocent and the powerless children. While browsing through the Amnesty International website, … More When Elephants Fight, it’s the Grass that Gets Trampled On