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  • How does life work ?

    How does life work ?

    Isn’t it interesting how life works? Married wanting single privileges and then single wanting marriage.  We are busy wanting those who are busy wanting someone else Those we love, loving someone else We want what we don’t have and treat what we already have less important A society of too many options But has no idea what to do with these options Sex so easily accessible for men and women So accessible you can pick off a super market shelve […]

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  • A gap year program may help troubled South Sudanese Youth in Australia

    A gap year program may help troubled South Sudanese Youth in Australia

    The South Sudanese community recently made a submission to the Standing Committee on Migration Public Hearing for the inquiry into Migration settlement Outcomes.  As part of this submission, the chair of the South Sudanese Community Association in Victoria Inc., Kot Monoah provided further written submission that provides a glimpse on what his community is thinking in relation to some of the issues that affect the South Sudanese youth.  South Sudanese Community leaders making making their submission to the Standing Committee In […]

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  • Moustapha Barry wants Western charities to stop staining the image of Africa to fill their coffers

    Moustapha Barry wants Western charities to stop staining the image of Africa to fill their coffers

    Moustapha Barry is an Australian engineer and community leader from a Senegalese background. He is passionate about making a difference in the community and cares a lot about the image of the continent of Africa and the African person in Australia, Africa and globally. Barry recently  received an email from UNHCR (United Nations High Commission for Refugee) asking for a donation to help address famine in Somalia and Nigeria. Upon reading the email, Barry noticed that the wording of the message from UNHCRC […]

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  • Jameh Saga in Gambia gives food for thought

    Jameh Saga in Gambia gives food for thought

    Gambian President Yahayh Jammeh shocked the world by making a 180 degrees turn regarding his decision to relinquish power after losing the recently held presidential elections in Gambai. Only days after conceding to losing the elections to President-elect Adama Barrow he decided that he was no longer going to accept the result of the elections. This decision has gotten many Africans in general and African-Australians making comments of all sorts on social media.    Mustapha Wai  Just Pondering on the Jameh […]

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  • From now on I won’t be trusting any Muslims or Christians, here is why !

    From now on I won’t be trusting any Muslims or Christians, here is why !

    A conservative right winger called me a silly liberal hippy for trusting Muslims and not giving in to the medias brainwashing. He says you can’t be sure which ones are safe and which ones are dangerous. Maybe he was right. I’ll give this a try. From now on I won’t be trusting ANY Muslims. “Islamic” terrorists are blowing things up and killing innocent people everyday, so as far as I’m concerned, all of you are a threat to me. But […]

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  • On Beyonce

    On Beyonce

      As a black woman living in the diaspora I’ve been thinking a lot about how Beyonce’s Formation is a transformation of my personal struggle song into a collective celebratory boom box anthem. Been thinking about how important it is for black women in high positions of power and leadership to put the black female narrative centre stage. It is not only essential because it is an act of solidarity a loud ‘I see you and I’m with you’ but […]

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