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The use of nigger or nigga in present day language

  When controversy does arise over the issue of the words nigger or nigga, young adults who actually use the terms do not identify with the idea of it being a racial slur because expressing racism and prejudice is the last thing on their minds when they are saying these slang terms in normal conversations […]

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Was there any such thing as African nationalism before 1960?

African nationalism is a topic that stirs up much emotion in people because of what it has come to represent; the idea of Africans united under the same banner of opposition towards colonial rule. However, the term ‘nationalism’ is one that many use but few can aptly define which has become problematic in terms of […]

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Canada and Belgium

“Different cultures have different truths. A truth is that which can be accepted universally. ” What are the implications for knowledge of agreeing with these opposing statements? Cultures can be defined, in a narrow sense as concept of civilization, the refinement of mind including education, literature, language and arts1. An alternative meaning of culture is […]

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Professor Melinda Snow

So Long a Letter, by Mariama Ba, and Song of Lawino, by Okot p’Bitek, tell the stories of women who were affected by polygamy and how they accept or reject the idea of group marriage. The Senegalese and Acoli women are aware of their own cultural backgrounds as well as the European influence on their […]

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The African people

He throws the reader a hint about the connection between the opening scene and his experience in Africa. By saying “ourselves” he means that the British were also conquerors of Africa (those who have slightly flatter noses). Then you have Marlow talking about the wilderness that the Roman soldier feels when he was in England, […]

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Nigerian culture

He, worked hard at his goal, and he achieved it. Okonkwo, a man with great strength and personality, had achieved his goal to become rich and famous, a privilege that was unseen before in his family. Although Okonkwo reached his goal at an early age, his life began to Fall Apart when tragic episodes took […]

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Sub-Saharan Africa

Sub-Saharan Africa is a region prone to harsh weather. Somalia’s climate is one of principally desert conditions66. In July 2011 the country was declared to be in a state of famine after a serious drought had consumed the area67. The U. S. Centre for Disease Control and Prevention estimated that more than 29,000 children under […]

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Explain the benefits of diversity to society

There are two main reasons to respect the diversity of others these are: 1.It is unjust and unfair and can be illegal to treat people of minority groups differently or in a discriminatory way. 2.It is important to realise that there are positive benefits to society when diversity is respected. Valuing diversity can open our […]

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African Bicycle Culture: Boda Boda

The business environment is a combination of internal and external factors that influence a company’s operating situation. The business environment can include factors such as: clients and suppliers; its competition and owners; improvements in technology; laws and government activities; and market, social and economic trends. The boda-boda taxis are part of the African bicycle culture; […]

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The Positive Effects of the Green Revolution

Q: The Green Revolution was to reduce the hunger problem in the world, but did it? On the whole, I feel that the Green Revolution helped to solve the problem of poverty to a certain extent. While it greatly reduced poverty in some countries, other countries were not as fortunate and did not enjoy the […]

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