My Life as a 90s Nigerian Baby Through the Eyes of Hollywood

The influence of the arts scales overseas and cuts across country boundaries

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I remember the first time I saw Akeelah and the bee. It was in a neighbor’s home. They had cable TV because they could afford an antenna. We did not even have a TV at…

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