A Journey Into The Spirit Of Our Ancestors (Entry 3)

 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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A Journey into the spirits of our ancestors (entry 2)

A Journey into the spirits of our ancestors (entry 2)

Second-class citizens is the term I use to define how people all over the globe treat first generation African descendants (my way of saying all black people in general). Although, living in America made that term very clear, I am always reminded of the disrespects that the world has for my people, in airports and on airplanes on my way to West Africa.

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