PAN-AFRICAN SERIES: CULTURALLY CASTRATED: WHY LITERATURE SHOULD NURTURE US BACK TO CULTURAL HEALTH?

Ugandan prolific writer Okot p’Bitek in the preliminary pages of the Song of Lawino echoes the foundation for Curriculum Change. He records In the educational section, break down the walls that surround our schools and universities, and let the people who know our culture teach our people. Let us Africanise our Curriculum in a meaningfulContinue reading “PAN-AFRICAN SERIES: CULTURALLY CASTRATED: WHY LITERATURE SHOULD NURTURE US BACK TO CULTURAL HEALTH?”

Who are we?

Anything that does not conform to the approval of the capitalist exploitation is considered as Conspiracy. Our brain is set up to forget about who we are, our past, and what we have been through. We appreciate nothing that comes from us. From the day we accepted to view our lives through the lens ofContinue reading “Who are we?”

A Cut From African Literature: the Importance of Traditional African Beer

By John Moono The post-colonial Africa grappled with a number of issues among them racism, literature itself, cultural identity and political viewsThe struggle for cultural identity that characterized the Post-colonial Africa gave rise to the misuse of a precious African cultural commodity. Colonialisation of Africa great impacted the Cultural orientation of future African generations andContinue reading “A Cut From African Literature: the Importance of Traditional African Beer”

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