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Friday, September 2, 2016

Huddah Monroe...





This is UNACCEPTABLE and should be FULLY CONDEMNED WORLD-WIDE!

Hii pamoja na kwamba ni zamani, bado nahisi uchungu mkubwa sana kama imetokea jana. Nawasihi ndugu zangu kwenye yafuatayo:-
1. tujiheshimu na kupendana wenyewe
2. tusomeshe watoto wetu
3. tujenge uchumi wetu na tujitegemee

namna pekee ya kuheshimiwa na watu hawa ni kujikomboa kutoka kwenywe umaskini, kujitambua, kuheshimiana na kupendana kwa sisi waafrika. Natamani kuwaona wanangu na hasa jamii nzima ya kiafrika ikiheshimika sana na kufikia hatua wazungu wachukue ushauri wetu!

kwa viongozi wanaong'ang'ania madaraka, wosia wangu kwao wawaamini wananchi wenzao, wakubali maamuzi ya wananchi na watoe ushirikiano. hili ni eneo lingine linalofanya tudharaulike sana!



Wednesday, September 9, 2015

POSE....



 MBUMBA... Hapana chezeya!

 Kuku wanavunja tenga... hatareee!

 Dada akiwa kazini.... big up sana. 
 What a pose... above and below... APENDEZA...


 Mmmh!

Monday, June 8, 2015

Happy Birthday Mama Barbara Bush...


How time passes differently as you get older... "Kuzeeka"


Becoming an adult, of course, alters many of our ideas about time. We get used to its relativity - the fact that a migraine seems to last for decades, while fun with a loved one burns away like a half-inch fuse. We perceive our memories differently as we age. I've been told that last year's summer when I was five seemed long as a mission to Mars, because it was such a large proportion of my lived time at that point, while last year's summer today seems to have involved one stroll in the country and planting some strawberries. I'm pretty sure I also wasn't paying that much attention to last summer, because I was busy and summers had happened to me before.

Sunday, June 7, 2015

Crowe's 'whitewashing' sparks criticism from advocates

Hollywood's reliance on bankable - and often white - actors has led to another round of sharp criticism of filmmakers for "whitewashing" roles where race and ethnicity play a part.
In Aloha, Cameron Crowe's latest film, Emma Stone, a American actress with blonde hair and green eyes, was cast as Allison Ng - a junior fighter pilot who was part-Chinese, part-Hawaiian and part-Swedish.
Soon after the release, there was an uproar of criticism from social media against Crowe's casting choice. Both Asians and non-Asians asked why they didn't pick an Asian actress to play a character who is part-Asian.
One advocacy group called Aloha "a whitewashed film" that failed to portray the ethnical diversity of Hawaii. The Media Action Network for Asian Americans (MANAA) noted 60% of Hawaii's population is Asian-American Pacific Islanders and 30% Caucasian, a fact not reflected in the film.