Nate Haliv's A Letter to Feminists is a must-read for anyone who wants to understand the African female experience. This powerful essay sheds light on the many struggles that African women face on a daily basis, ranging from genital mutilation and extreme patriarchy to barbaric occultic practices. Nate Haliv skillfully brings attention to the exclusion of African women from mainstream feminism and makes a case for why their voices need to be heard. This emotionally-charged letter is sure to leave a lasting impression on all who read it.
Seeing the World Through a Black Woman’s Eyes takes an intimate look at what it means to be a black woman in Africa. Aisha's journey is one of self-discovery and acceptance. She must come to terms with her gender, religion, and sexuality in a society that has strict rules for what it means to be a woman. This is a story of strength and resilience, and ultimately, of hope. This novel sheds light on the gender, religious, and sexual struggles that black women face every day. If you’re looking for a thought-provoking read, look no further than Seeing the World Through a Black Woman’s Eyes. This is a story of struggle and perseverance, of learning to accept oneself in a world that is constantly telling you that you are not good enough. But above all, it is a story of hope. And it is through Aisha's eyes that we see the world in all its beauty and its pain.
The Nigerian Prince is a high-quality 21st-century organized crime fiction that tells the story of Josh Balogun, an internet fraudster and a professional money launderer. The novel begins with an insight into Josh’s life. Josh is a Nigerian student who wins a scholarship to study at Royal College, an exclusive college in the United States of America where 18 -year-old students drive Bugattis and fly private jets to fix their nails in Paris. Getting money illegally is hard, but hiding it beyond the reach of the IRS is even harder. Josh’s ability to think outside the box enables him to launder money in unimaginable ways.
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