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MisBeee Writes: Making social observations through people's stories
MisBeee Writes: Making social observations through people's stories

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Books by Nigeria's Buchi Emecheta likely for digital revival
I have been so enchanted by Nigerian author Buchi
Emecheta OBE and her books since my early teens and sorely regretted missing an
opportunity to see her in my 20s. (L-R) Sylvester, Diane, Ade, Margaret  © MisBeee Writes So in my 30s – some months after she ...

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MisBeee shares some Monday motivation with Abigale Otchere
Morning All! I wanted to share with you my first podcast as an interviewee.  Motivational coach and podcaster  Abigale Otchere  interviewed me about this  MisBeee Writes  blog, understanding identity growing up as a British-Ghanaian and what motivates me.  ...

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Ghana 60 years on through the eyes of a filmmaker
I just came back from the 'Ghana 60 years on, mobilising Ghana's future' event - staged at SOAS. In a nutshell, I would have to say that there was more politics going on behind the scenes than was discussed during the session. Serious egos bouncing off each...

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Shakespeare and the Robben Island prisoners that inspired a play
On the day that one of the last political prison mates of Nelson
Mandela died, a South African play capturing life at the notorious Robben
Island was released. South Africa's diverse cultures © South African High Commission, London  Written by Matthew Hahn,...

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Opinion: Inspiring the next generation
I initially didn't pay too much
attention to the BBC news story about the 14 Black men studying at Cambridge
University. If you hadn't heard, the guys represented Cambridge's small Black student
population and the group shot (taken by a Black female Cambrid...

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South Africa is the no-joke response I got to that question when someone adamantly told me that Africa was a country some years back. I kid you not. Admittedly the person was a teenager (ok not a solid excuse) but I think I’d be more forgiving of a young…

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