Was Blind, but Now I See: My Sankofa Story

Was Blind, but Now I See: My Sankofa Story

Sankofa is a word from the Akan people of West Africa (primarily Ghana and the Ivory Coast). It is both a word in the Twi language and one of over a hundred Adinkra symbols used by the Ashanti people (one of many Akan subgroups). It translates to “go back and get it,”...
Why I Choose to Do the Hard Thing

Why I Choose to Do the Hard Thing

It was a cold and rainy night in early February. I stood in the dark, on the property of Mr. Jacob Burkle, whose home was a depot on the Underground Railroad. I shivered from the cold but also from a fear that had suddenly come over me from out of nowhere. Was I as...

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