Myths of colour blindness

Listening to American activist such as Vernā Myers always is inspiring. In America black activists relentless efforts for equality in all fronts is enduring – benefits of fight for justice and equality didn’t stop among African-Americans alone, everyone with a little hint of blackness benefit around the world.

Undoubtedly, no one talk will hit all the right notes that people want to hear but this one for me covers a lot of areas in which we all need to improve on. Sometimes it’s hard not to feel like you are begging to be recognised as humans who deserved equal treatment as others but if that is what it takes, so be it.

I imagine a world where Africans on the continent pull our weight to call for better reasoning too.

 

Another one here by Melody Hobson

 

 

 



Categories: A Yoruba Monarch, Africa, Nigeria

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2 replies

  1. I watched the first video and wow, those were some incredible things she said. Shared it with a friend who is an activist in her own way. The message Miss Verna spoke on the video, is something the world needs to hear.

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