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Love Jones vs Love and Basketball

Love Jones vs Love and Basketball I miss the 90’s, we had segregation but at least we had diversity. Instead of giving us parts in mainstream films they gave us our own film market. We made a big deal of … Continue reading

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Patricia’s Story

To Forgive is Divine http://kisstv.rw/business-today-08-04-2018/ Patricia’s Story   This is the time of year that we are humbled, in hearing the testimonies of survivors we see the myriad ways in which the events of 1994 present new problems. The story … Continue reading

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Little Big Men

    You can fool some of the people some of the time…. …. But you can’t fool all the people all the time. The president of the nation recently opened the Local Government annual forum with a brilliant speech … Continue reading

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Africa United

  A tale from the Grandfathers   One day the animals of the savannah decided to have a meeting, a ceasefire was declared, no lion will eat a gazelle, no hyena will eat a warthog, and so they sat together. … Continue reading

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The Silo Effect – when Govt is not talking to Govt

  Wrong kind of silos   One take-away from the 2018 Umwiherero was the problem of the Silo effect, when one arm of government or management doesn’t talk to or share information with other parts of government or an organization. … Continue reading

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Black Panther and Fear of the Black Market

FEAR OF A BLACK MARKET: WAKANDA “We got a negro problem” In the series “Mad Men” about advertisers on Madison Ave in the 60’s, a customer comes in with a big problem. The TV company called Admiral was suffering growth, … Continue reading

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Man Up or Man Down?

Fragile Masculinity and Pseudo-feminism in this Digital Vortex   A date with a Vampire   I recently contemplated going on a date with a feminist, not a regular feminist, a “real” one who has studied Gender studies and has all … Continue reading

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