Nike Campbell-Fatoki

Nike Campbell-Fatoki was born in Lvov, Ukraine to Nigerian parents. She spent her formative years in Lagos, Nigeria, listening to stories and folktales told by her maternal Grandparents. Her passion has always been writing. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Howard University and a Master of Arts degree in International Development... Continue Reading →


Thread of Gold Beads By Nike Campbell-Fatoki

First of all, I would like to thank the person who bought this book to my attention.  May God Bless you and your children for several generations. I am being a bit dramatic here, but it's only because I really love this book. The only two things I knew about Benin, before, was Cotonou and... Continue Reading →

3 Young Afro-Canadians writers you should know in 2013

THIS POST WAS ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED ON AFROKANLIFE.COM Black people, in General, have been in Canada for over four centuries. Although they have been contributing greatly to Canadian cultural, social and political life, the literary offering has been quite limited in the past. Fortunately, black literature from the US was and is still widely available in... Continue Reading →

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