Emigration, a Series
|HRH Princess Sihkanyiso|
Black women, really, seriously, trust me...you don't have to be here. Granted, a process like emigration isn't easy...but not altogether impossible. But before we start this new feature, we need to get a few things out of the way.
This is for the business-minded black woman
This is for the black woman with vision, with creativity, and with know-how. She doesn't have to have a Ph.D., but she can't be afraid of hard work, and by now she should be used to a complex working environment. She has to have the drive to create, and the savvy to problem-solve. She needs big-picture mentality. She needs a global view.
Africa is the primary focus of the feature
Black women...home is calling. You've been gone far too long and since all your ancestors ever wanted was to go home, it's time to think about it seriously. The very best years of my childhood were spent in the Motherland, and to be honest, I never forgave my parents for moving me back to the US.
The first countries I shall explore will be African nations where English is an official language. I intend to explore countries outside Africa as well, but not many, and not anytime soon. Africa is the primary focus here. And I don't mean for visiting or touring; I mean for settling down, creating, and building. The world is changing, ladies, and as a group, our future isn't here.
Comment sterilization will be even tougher with this feature
|HM Queen 'Masenate|
|President Ellen J. Sirleaf|
I have been told many a time on this blog that interacting with me is a "learning experience." Thank you; I've learned very much from you as well. It's been a while since we really learned something together, so let's learn together once more.
In the meantime, here are some African women you may or may not know. Hopefully, getting to know them will inspire you to get to know some more.