I don't choose to be a Nigerian, an African or SOM Olatunji Komolafe, I just got lucky!
© Susuana Olatunji Komolafe, the CEO of Afro in Diaspora Center; my official statement in the case of George Floyd!!©
Enough is Enough!! I can't breathe!!! As an African, and a woman that stand for promoting, profiling projecting a positive image of African Caribbeans in Diaspora, I just can't breathe and enough is enough!! Why? Why? It ring so loud in my ears, wondering how can we thrive in this universe, our world and communities. I'm a mother of three beautiful kids but most expecially I have two young lads, I tremble at the thought of the reflection of the video, the seen and those words of George Floyd!! I can't breathe!!. As a society, we need to do better. We breathe the same air, same blood run through our veins, we smile same way, laugh same way, cry same way and most of all feels pain same way. I am broken and I can't breathe!©©©29/05/2020 @10:30 pm
I pray that the future will be much better for our youth We can't keep quiet but we still have to do it with discreet, dignity and to be save. Please you should all stay safe, be bold, strong but don't be silence anymore
The Arab man whose called led to the death of an innocent black man in America. The Bill was real. Police brutality in America. The world has made every other race turn against us. America the land of opportunities the most well known country fighting for humanitarian freedom, rights which appropriately singing song of human rights look now how things turn on what, such irony
Former boxing champion Floyd Mayweather has offered to pay for George Floyd's funeral and memorial services, and the family has accepted the offer.
We need Justice now, restructure of our system all around the world, leaders start the change