I’ve grown up reading History of Black african man and women as a failures and seeing it through the society and media they portray only Negativity and hode the truth. But I’ve realized that Everyone has Equal chances in success regardless Background, race, or religion. I’m Gonna use my Platform to make the difference. We are smart, Talented and Beautiful People. #representationmatters #ImAVisualActivist
I'm proud of my heritage because Because is something that’ll always be a part of me. My values growing up were really similar to the way my mom and dad grew up, both in Tanzanian households. It’s made me a very lovely and considerate person because of how my parents raised me. I grew up knowing the quality of things and of life, making sure to do things that make me feel alive more often. Even with food, I would never want to waste food because my parents and Society made me eat everything and anything. They raised me with some Tanzanian growing up Culture where i even understand and talk my native languages.I’m proud to have grown up Tanzanian, and I plan to keep my culture with me for the rest of my life Until I Die.
Biggest misconception people haveYou look like you’ve never had a struggle in your life.” I’ve heard this one so many times, from my own family members and others, and when I don’t hear the actual words, I can still hear the implications. I guess from the outside it really must look like I’ve never struggled in my life, but the outside never tells the whole story. Which I think people should not be judging others according to their Appearances or Implications.
Why do you think Diversity matters?Diversity matters because is where change, freedom, creativity, Passions, Connection, love and Abilities Arose. Where by People Tend to reveals their inner Capabilities without fear, Diversity is very Crucial.