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Nwa m nọ Amerịka (A Mother’s Prayer for Her American son)

In the second part of the British Council Literature sponsored International Digital Collaboration Project involving Obinna Udenwe and Peter Kalu, Nigerian short story writer and poet, Iquo DianaAbasi pens a thought-provoking poem against the background of police brutality and racial killings in the United States. Nwa m nọ n’ Amerika, May you not fall victim; Shot in your grandma’s backyard, Your phone mistaken for a gun. May no obituary bear your name, After an officer feared for her life…

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Letter to Peter Kalu – endSARS/BLM

On the 6th of February 2021, British novelist and playwright, Peter Kalu wrote our founding editor, Obinna Udenwe an engaging letter on the Black Lives Mater/End SARS protests that rocked both the UK and Nigeria in unimaginable ways. His response to Pete on the 7th of February 2021 has been published below. You can read Peter’s letter here. Letter from Abakaliki, Nigeria: End SARS Protest Hi Pete, I am delighted and pleased to receive your letter, more so, because…

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