Ivorian Cusine — Fofky’s Kitchen

A copy of Fofky’s Kitchen should be in everybody’s kitchen, not because the word “kitchen” is there, but because it contains recipes with healthy and simple ingredients most of us have in…

Raising a Muslim

Raising a child is hard; raising a Muslim child is even harder. But with the Help of Allah ﷻ it is possible to raise a good Muslim child. There are a few…

The Perfect Bridal Dress

Cheer up my ladies! Today, let´s talk about that magic, we´re going to make it easy for you to know what’s IN this winter season and what could be your perfect match in a bridal dress.

Her Remarkable True Story of Endurance and Hope

Firstly, I have always wanted to be the daughter, sister my family are proud of and secondly I try to just be a normal person that’s nice and never claim to be something I’m not.

Krik? Krack!

Almost thirty years after the novel was released, Krik? Krack! by Haitan-American author Edwidge Dandicat is still relevant. One stark resemblance and observation among Black people around the world—displaced or not—is that…

She Would Be King by Wayétu Moore

Title: She Would Be King Author: Wayétu Moore Publisher: Gray Wolf Press Summary: She Would Be King, reimagines the dramatic story of Liberia’s early years through three unforgettable characters who share an uncommon…

Born A Crime — A Review

Born A Crime by South African comedian Trevor Noah is a memoir of 282 pages. It deals with many things; light skin African privileges, unemployment, racism, domestic violence and many more social…

5 Qualities of a True Friend

Most of the time, we aren´t looking for a best or “true” friend. They surprise us by displaying the qualities of a true friend. I am using the word “true” instead of “best” friend because the word “true” aligns with “truth” which also relates to being trustworthy, honest and open. Not that there is anything wrong with the word “best.” Use it by all means! I use it too!