Author: Tolulope Odebunmi

Tolu is interested in language and culture, especially how they shape our being. Her passion also lies in critical issues that concern women and children. Currently, she is pursuing a P.hD in Rhetoric Theory and Culture at Michigan Technological University where she works as a Graduate Teaching Instructor

I Ain’t Your Mama: JLo Extends The Gender Discourse beyond Love And Marriage

I Ain’t Your Mama: JLo Extends The Gender Discourse beyond Love And Marriage

I can imagine many people already have gotten over the thrill of JLo’s somewhat blockbuster which was released about four months ago. JLo is one of th ...
Africans are not Natural Dancers

Africans are not Natural Dancers

These days, I often come across short clips of African kids and kids of African descent dancing so hard as though their lives depended on dance. It is ...
Rethinking The Confines Of Motherhood

Rethinking The Confines Of Motherhood

In light of celebrating our mothers, I began pondering again on what being a mother means. I have seen interesting posts of people around the world ce ...
Seun Kuti On Celebrating The African WOman

Seun Kuti On Celebrating The African WOman

Afrobeat, a unique fusion of elements of jazz and traditional African beats became popularized by Fela Kuti, the pioneer of this genre in the late 196 ...
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