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Katubza Dawn

So far, I have read about four great books by writers (former refugees) from Dzaleka Refugee Camp. There is so much to learn from these works, especially if you are interested in Displacement, Forced Migration, and Refugee issues. To my best knowledge, the four books below (including my ‘unofficially’ published memoir, Run Elvin) are the onlyContinue reading “Katubza Dawn”

The Black Plague and the Catholic Church in Medieval Europe

Christian communities experienced structural and institutional changes in the years following the fall of Roman Empire 476 CE. Europe fell into disorder. Centuries of political and social strife ensued. Europe had no centralized governments and the situation lasted until the late 14th century. Within that period, Europe underwent political crisis that would profoundly impact theContinue reading “The Black Plague and the Catholic Church in Medieval Europe”

If you’re reading this and you find me, yet again, far away. Just remember that you, my son, will always call me back home.

In February 2019, Uniterra – a WUSC and CECI program – called for volunteers from multiple universities to participate in its 2019 International Seminar in Malawi. The purpose of the seminar was to bring together a diverse group of 15 post-secondary students. The group was to be made up of five Canadians, five Malawians, andContinue reading “If you’re reading this and you find me, yet again, far away. Just remember that you, my son, will always call me back home.”

Gabriel Ndayishimiye lives in London, Ontario. He is a writer with a passion to contribute to Black history and literature; and the author of “Run Elvin” (forthcoming), a memoir written for youth from marginalized backgrounds. This book tells Gabriel’s academic/life experiences from refugee camps in East and Southern Africa and now from the metropolis of the western world. The story aims to inspire and motivate such demographic of youth to take up given opportunities to be creative, achieve success, and develop resilience to fight the challenges of life.

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