The Invisible WallsThere is such a huge contrast in going through different countries on land. Not by flying and suddenly arriving to a place, but gradually traveling through landscapes. The scenery changes slowly, our eyes adapt to the shift in various forms,...
6 ways to keep learning during a lockdown The COVID-19 outbreak forced many of us into quarantine — as we know, lockdowns are a good strategy to slow down the spread of the virus. But having to practice social distancing doesn’t mean that our lives are just paused:...
We can learn from everyone and anyone.
There is so much learning that can be done around us all the time if we just open our eyes to the opportunities and open our minds to the possibilities.
These things have touched my heart rather than my head, I was incredibly humbled by the humanity I encountered.
Voices of EmpowermentIs there such a thing as “West African Culture”? To begin with, from my experience and understanding, culture is a mixture of various elements like language, traditions, beliefs, mentality - all within a specific social group. Let it be a nation,...
The Shock Doctrine - How the Rich use the State of Shock to Profit Dear friends, In the time of a global pandemic, it is more than ever relevant to be aware. To understand how the corporations and the rich will try to profit from the current state of the world, with...
We live in an oppressive capitalist society, but there are still many ways you can do good for the planet and humanity. Here are 99 ways how you can move towards living a more sustainable lifestyle.
How can AI serve Feminist Theory and life? How can women take control of it? What happens after they take control of it? What do women want to pass on to future generations? #DAKINIProject
When we accidently crossed a national park in the southern Mauritania, I felt like a child. For the first time in my life I saw migrating birds in their winter habitat. It was deeply moving experience.
The visionary scientist and educator Carl Sagan made sure a photo was taken, from deep space, of our precious home, the Earth. On Human Space Flight Day, we bring a poignant quote.
We create peace, when we fight prejudice and stereotypes, when we build bridges between each other. We create peace, when we liberate, emancipate ourselves from oppression. No peace without justice.
If we want to change something, we need to take responsibility over the things around us. If we are to take responsibility over our society, we need to work together with the people around us.
Our mission is to meet people and learn about their reality and culture. Passing trough The Gambia we visited modern griot Alagi Mbye and his family to talk about mandinka culture.