Shadow of a Rainbow- In Conclusion

I fell to my knees and muffled a scream, Tolani ran to me, helped me to my feet and led me away from the prying eyes of the pupils. My shoulders shook as she led me to a quiet room that had to be the staff room.

I couldn’t stop them,” she said gently. Continue reading →

Local Content 2- Selling Us To The World.

I grew up in Nigeria, in a bustling suburb of Lagos in the 1990’s and 2000’s. It was a beautiful childhood and I spent a solid portion of it reading and watching movies- my younger brother loved them. I did not visit the US or Canada at any time, yet I was could identify many landmarks in those countries and tell you where they were located, I could list their important leaders, statesmen and heroes and I could describe pizza even down to its taste without having seen it before.
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Shadow of a Rainbow- 6

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Rasheeda was carrying a baby and rocking it as she sang a soft lullaby, she looked so beautiful and at peace that I did not want to intrude on the peaceful scene. I wanted to watch her forever. How could I walk to her and tell her that she was dead and had been for a while?

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