I finally did it! I read the Bible with my mom and husband over the past year! People that know me know that I love to read, but I’ve always struggled to read the Bible in a timely manner. For those who’ve never had a problem committing to reading this 2000 page Book every day,... Continue Reading →
"Race After Technology" by Ruha Benjamin and "Digital Minimalism" by Cal Newport were really interesting to read around the same time! I'm lumping them together as they are both about the dangers of aspects of our digital world. Digital Minimalism challenged how over consumption (and often mindless consumption) of social media can have a grave... Continue Reading →
"My voice may feel soft and thin, but my afro is coarse and thick. Because of “We matter, too”, I hope just one more autistic Black girl will smile during University."
Being a neurodiverse student can be challenging and stressful. I argue that there are simple ways Universities can accommodate all students without waiting for a formal diagnosis disclosure
fulbright predepature orientation prepared me for a lot of things to expect in Nigeria. Being called "chubby" or "fat" wasn't one of them.