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Jemila Abdulai on freelancing and being a freelancer in Ghana

What do you do when you are misunderstood? When your work or life style is not congruent with others’ expectations? How do you handle going against the grain when all the tenets of “success” in your society are rooted in very specific notions? How do you stay true…

Grand plans.That’s what we had.Of where we’d end up, how we’d end up, when we’d end up.I mean, we said “let’s leave it to Allah, let’s wait and see”.But really, the levers in our mind had long clanked away.Breaking news:I will never be Ghanaian, African [insert whatever label]…

The thing about embarking on a new experience – travel, project, idea, decision, dream, opportunity – is that you always uncover yourself anew. –“Why don’t you write anymore?”That’s the question that sent me running back here.The number of false-start posts I’ve had in the last two months are…

Ghana racism tribalism

** This is a testimonial on identity that I wrote for my Intergroup Dialogue Class. Comments and criticism are welcome, but should be constructive and respectful. I have always been one to ponder things, so I stumbled upon the fact that I am complex quite early in my…

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