Why France Produces The Most World Cup Players Produced by Vox.com France has had the most native players and coaches in the last 4 World Cups… and their dominance has been on the rise. Players like Kylian Mbappe and Paul Pogba are the children of immigrants and the product of the French soccer academy system. […]Read More Video: Why France Produces The Most World Cup Players
I was lazily scrolling through my Instagram feed the other day when something my good and longtime friend Nomusa Ndebele posted caught my eye: her and her partner Carol had just published their first bilingual Ndebele/Shona story book to help children engage in learning Ndebele and Shona. Gorgeously illustrated and beautifully written in both Shona […]Read More Zimbabwe: This New Bilingual Children’s Book is A Game Changer
A Netflix Guide to Activism & Change We live in a very complex world. It’s as beautiful as it is ugly, as hopeful as it is depressing, and as light as it is dark. We find ourselves trying to make sense of it; and when we do, our next struggled is trying to figure out […]Read More A Netflix Guide to Activism & Change
Our hearts waved goodbye as we blew kisses into the wind. Before today, together forever was a promise. We didn’t shake on it, but as our lips locked for the first the time a pact was made. We were in love. A love so strong that if we died of old age and were reincarnated, […]Read More Where Do Broken Hearts Go?
I’ve never shied away from talking about my battle with depression and anxiety. Triggered by my mother’s passing away, I’ve fought through the highs and lows and shared my story through that journey. And the reason I share these stories is to always stress this point: therapy saved me, and it can save you or […]Read More Zimbabwe: A Conversation About Mental Illness, Stigma, and How We Can Do Better
As the dust settles and the amber and ashes cool after days of violence in Zimbabwe, I took a step back to understand how we got here.Read More On Zimbabwe: A Quick Story of How We Embraced Violence
I’m lazy, but always eager to share my reading choices from popular Good Black Reads Instagram page. So I write 3 sentence book reviews! Today’s review: Born a Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood by Trevor Noah Erma Bombeck said there is a thin line that separates laughter and pain, comedy and tragedy, humor and […]Read More My 3 Sentence Book Review: Born a Crime