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Blog Post #4 Fatema Mernissi

Blog Post #4 Fatema Mernissi

Hello again blog post readers! Today I will be writing about Fatema Mernissi. I stumbled upon this amazing woman in my research about Morocco and am so happy I did. Fatema Merinissi was a founder of Islamic feminism. Islamic feminism obviously existed previous to her, […]

PODCAST #2!!!

PODCAST #2!!!

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What happens when a peaceful protest becomes violent

What happens when a peaceful protest becomes violent

Hello Hello Friends! I know it’s been a while since I last wrote, and I apologize for that. To make up for it, I have two new blogs and a podcast coming up for you all in the next few days. This one focuses on […]

Excluded…For the right reasons?

Excluded…For the right reasons?

Hey Hey Hey Friends! Long time no see! As promised, blog post number two! I’ll go back at some point and add the link to the podcast I’m going to record about the two of the with my two partners, you remember how it went […]

Ghanian Highlife

Ghanian Highlife

So after reading about how the Westerners thought that the Ghanian music culture was primitive and tribal, I decided to focus on the complexities of Ghanian music in order to further prove that they are wrong. I focused on the specific ensembles of Ghanian Highlife. […]

Soul to Soul

Soul to Soul

So reading one of the articles I found had me very amused and frustrated at the same time. It was fort of like an emotional rollercoaster to explain it. I found this really cool primary source about this festival in Ghana called “Soul to Soul”. […]

Podcast 2- Independence!

Podcast 2- Independence!

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Years of Lead & Tazmamārt Prison

Years of Lead & Tazmamārt Prison

Hello blog post readers! I am back with my third blog post, this one about what is known as the ‘Years of Lead’ in Morocco. This time period is so rich and interesting in the history of Morocco. So the Years of Lead refer to the […]

Fourth Post- Independence!

Fourth Post- Independence!

As any newly independent country does, Sierra Leone had their plate full. One of the most important roles that any nation needs to sort out is their position in the international community. Sierra Leone was genuinely active in their diplomatic relations. When you think about […]

Third Post- Independence!

Third Post- Independence!

On April of 1961, Sierra Leone gained independence from Great Britain. It was about time! It had a rocky start by being the poorest country to enter the Commonwealth of Africa. However, in order to understand the newly founded nation’s politics post-independence, we have to […]



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