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What to say? where to start about me? I ponder over the question. Does it not sound like a phylosphical question ? Really who am I ? Read a novel by Aldus Huxley "Island" a couple of years ago. The protagonist asks himself the same question.
I am a contemporary African Poet with a unique style of writing that comes directly from my heart. Born in Lagos-Nigeria but presently residing in the United Kingdom. My literary development began whilst attending secondary school. I constantly viewed myself as a spokeswoman for Nigeria's deprived underclass and recognised within myself a strong sense of social justice.
I am a single woman and a Canadian with deep roots in my country. I am a free-lance ESL teacher who is approaching retirement age but without plans on retiring. I've chosen to live on the west coast of Canada because I love the ocean and the mountains but I am originally from Toronto.
My art is a joyful celebration of HER! The creative acts of painting and writing are my passions and contribution to the great turning.......advancing the energy of the Divine Feminine into the world one day at a time! The presence of the Goddess in my life has led me to reclaim the sacred iconography of the Divine Feminine, and to express her many forms in paint and mixed media.
Fun and quirky broadcaster that initiated a network for women and girls in Abuja Nigeria called SistaSista. We learn about our health, our life and our future. Radio and Networking Broadcasting in the midst of a male-dominated field.
I am an actress who's greatest passion is theatre for social change. I am planning to embark this summer on an around the world journey, working with like-minded people to fully form my own thoughts on theatre for social change and return to the US to get my Masters in Applied Theatre.
I am a full time writer and a social activist with a deep interest in issues regarding women. A post graduate in English Literature from Delhi University, I began my career in advertising as a copy writer and went on to become the Creative Director.
Youth leader and public servant, at the age of 21, Leo Christian V. Lauzon has been an active advocate of many youth-lead organizations working in different social issues that has been serving the grassroots community in the Philippines.