Social Justice, Stories 29/07/2020 by Rebecca Aleyideino Ibrahim

My Molestation Experience

Yes, I was molested in those early years, too, and only narrowly escaped rape severally. I still remember each experience as though they happened yesterday. When I was about seven years old, I had just showered, only to realize that I needed to pick up my nightie from the laundry room. So, I headed downstairs to get it. When I […]

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Social Justice, Stories 11/06/2020 by Chekwa, Raphael Msughter

Man’s Inhumanity To Man!

The first time I saw a human skeleton other than in the books was in the Biology Laboratory of our school, which I even later found out that it was made of plastic; it did not feel scary anymore. I studied and knew how to draw and label it off hand; I made a lot of coins from my school […]

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Social Justice, Stories 4/06/2020 by Love Dooshima Gema

Who Did It To You?

Growing up with my parents was a wonderful experience. My mum being a nurse and my dad an evangelist. We had maids live with us all through my primary school days because my dad was almost always away for a crusade, I could see him once or twice a week, my mum was always on shifts and came back exhausted. […]

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Social Justice, Stories 2/06/2020 by Bernice Ismaila

The Only Cause Of Rape Is The Rapist

These past few days have been the most disheartening and traumatising few days in 2020 and I’m sure many people can relate to this. I have woken up to different hashtags for justice every single day for the past three days and I just want to know when we are going to say enough is enough and hold everyone that needs […]

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