South African teacher and aspiring writer Whitney Cele discusses her upbringing in Durban, dealing with racism and why she made the move to Taiwan Continue reading Whitney Cele: “I’ve had to work extremely hard to earn respect as a teacher in Taiwan”
Although the presence of Africans in Colombia dates back to the 16th century, their descendants continue to face exclusion, marginalisation and discrimination – something that hairstylist and Colombian native Shirlene Malambo Luna can relate to.
Continue reading Shirlene Malambo Luna: “In Colombia, discriminatory acts are very frequent for people of Afro-descent”
Rukiya McNair decided to leave the United States in the search of a different way of living which has taken her to Thailand, Rwanda and now Tanzania. Continue reading Rukiya McNair on life in Tanzania: “I feel much safer and at ease here”
Many people tend to take advantage of the country they are born in. But for Nishantely Sint Jacoba, she takes nothing for granted and spends much of her time exploring the island of Curaçao where she was born and raised. Continue reading Nishantely Sint Jacoba talks Curaçao, confidence and COVID-19