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“The Internet is freedom.” Julie Owono
Julie Owono, lawyerate, internet advoc and human rights activist at the bar

A notification springs up on my Facebook feed. Julie Owono has posted a new picture. She and three colleagues are on top of the world. Perched somewhere on the Eiffel Tower, the stylish foursome is ready to pound Paris with advocacy. I smile. It’s hard to forget my cozy chat with this creative baker, polyglot, piano player and internet loving lawyer. I bet you won’t either. Words by Ngum Ngafor You champion freedom of expression on the internet. So,…

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Out of the Chamber of Death: Conversation with Patrice Nganang
Patrice Nganang, writer and human rights activist

Patrice Nganang is an award-winning writer and a thorn in the side of Cameroon’s 35-year-old government. Fresh out of jail, and something of an exile these days, the professor gives Ngum Ngafor a lecture on how his country must change. Hello Prof Nganang and thank you for agreeing to speak to The Village Square Journal. Our country has been in a political deadlock for almost two years now. Some argue that it is essentially a governance problem. What are…

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CONVERSATION: SQUARING UP TO THE TEMZ REVIEW

      Aaron Schneider & Amy Mitchell are founding editors of The Temz Review.  Living in London, Ontario, Canada, they have published great literary works including our founding editor, Obinna Udenwe’s story ‘All Good Things Come to an End.’ The Village Square’s editors Obinna Udenwe and Ngum Ngafor take notes from Amy & Aaron on how to run a cool lit space. The Village Square: Tell us, what motivated you to start The Temz Review? The Temz Review:…

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