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Hand-holding, an Afrodiasporan economic tool

Shirley Chisholm said when they don't give you a seat, you bring a foldable chair! We know that's rig
The Mojisola Report
Hand-holding, an Afrodiasporan economic tool
By The Afropole • Issue #28 • View online
Shirley Chisholm said when they don’t give you a seat, you bring a foldable chair! We know that’s right! This issue shows the varied ways we are and can creating room in our own spaces to give visibility, financial leverage and a voice to our own people. We bear the responsibility to hand-holding our own through education, valuable information, and opportunities.

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