I Watched the documentary below and it spurred me to look for and read the book itself. The book is by journalist John Howard Griffin who decided to changed his white skin color to black using medication that darkened his skin in other to experience life as an unemployed black man in the Deep South of the 1950s America.
Reading the book today, one can imagine what an impact this book made when it was published in that period fifty years ago. Griffins' audacious, vividly expressed eyewitness
Updated Dec 17, 2012 at 10:00 PM by valteena
Reading the thread about the overwhelming percentage of women being materialistic, I decided to share the story of Bayesheri.
They say lightning never strikes the same place twice, but this neighborhood of Surulere defied the cliché. Lightning did not just strike the same place a second time, its second strike occurred less than a month from its first (You might remember...).
Working with Chief Inuire was a pleasure for Bayesheri. Aside from his displeasure at having to
Updated Mar 21, 2013 at 12:11 AM by Anike
THE WAR AGAINST BIAFRA
Abdulrazaq O Hamzat
One Sunday morning, precisely on the 25th of November 2012. I woke up around 10am in the morningand picked up my mobile phone to check the messages from my Facebook friends.
Upon opening my page to get a snippet, the first message that popped up was a link to an article published by saharareporters and shared by a friend, written by Chimamanda Ngozie Adichie
Another circus show of self-deception for the promoters. Those who take it seriously do so at their own peril. Is it a review of the constitution we need or do we need a new constitution? Our major problem is structural. Our structural problem has constituted the bedrock of everything wrong with the country. It dates back to the earliest times when the notion of Nigeria was muted. The present structure of the country was fashioned on the wrong premise. Nigeria was conceptualised in 1914 by the so-called