I am an African woman born and raised in Senegal, West Africa, currently living in America, and through my many travels and exposure to various cultures, I consider myself a citizen of the world. I write all things African, Black and Woman.
As a woman, a mother, a wife, and a professional, this blog is my dream of an Afrocentric magazine, one that would build a bridge between Africa and the rest of the world, one that would spark pride, joy and drive in all people, not in spite, but precisely because of their differences.
So, in the tradition of hospitality of my native Senegal’s “Teranga” (“Teranga” means hospitality in Wolof, one of the many native languages spoken in Senegal), I welcome you to stop by, be informed, inspired or entertained for a moment, and leave us a token of your presence before you go…
Thank you! Dieuredieuf! Merci!
This blog is dedicated to the memory of my dear sister AWA YOLANDE DIALLO, gone too soon, but always remembered…