A girl’s fight for education in Nigeria: The Girl with the Louding Voice by Abi Daré (book review)

The Girl with the Louding Voice tells an incredibly inspiring story of a young girl from Nigeria. It presents the realities of girls born in poor families in rural Nigeria and how domestic slavery is the beaten path for many of them. A story I recommend reading with all my heart!

About race, roots, and celebrity humanitarianism: Swing Time by Zadie Smith (book review)

This year, the weird 2020, I started to consciously look for books written by black authors. After reading Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi and Girl, Women, Other by Bernardine Evaristo, I wanted to read a story by Zadie Smith. Swing Time was the book I found at the local English bookshop, Nautilus, so Swing Time was … Continue reading About race, roots, and celebrity humanitarianism: Swing Time by Zadie Smith (book review)