Teaching Myself How To Love: A Journey Into The Spirit Of Our Ancestors (Entry 3)

Whereas in America the issue lies within being treated differently because of the color of our skin in Africa the struggle lies between accepting who we are. The identity crisis faced by Africans is rooted in the false belief: that everything that comes from the west is superior. This is a problem because it doesn’t give room for Africans to respect their origins, or better yet respect  themselves.

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Full Circle -By Ashia Ezekial

Growing Up, my mother kept an ancestral altar in our home. A huge portion of my life revolved around  meditations, prayers, and offerings before our altar.  As African and American, Black people who have been in this land for countless generations, our altar allowed me to feel seen and relevant in history.

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