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Black History Month

Fumilayo Ransome Kuti

Our biggest heroes were once children. Chief Funmilayo Ransome-Kuti was born in 1900 in Abeokuta, Nigeria. She was a Nigerian educator, political campaigner, suffragist, and women’s rights activist. During the 1940s, Ransome-Kuti founded the Abeokuta Women’s Union, one of the most impressive women’s organizations of the 20th century. Membership was

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Black History Month

Fela the Legend

Fela Ransome Kuti (Olufela Olusegun Oludotun Ransome Kuti) was one of the most recognizable names in music. Born on 15 October 1938 and died on 2 August 1997, Fela was a multi-instrumentalist, composer, activist, bandleader, and Pan-Africanist. He is regarded as the originator of Afrobeat, an African music genre that

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Black History Month

Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Madam President

By Dr. Millicent Odunze-Geers   Our biggest heroes were once children. Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, born in 1938, is a Liberian politician who served as the 24th President of Liberia from 2006 to 2018. She was the first woman in Africa elected as president of her country, initially elected in 2005

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Black History Month

THEY CAME BEFORE US

  (1) Olaudah Equiano: The Father of American Autobiography   In his acclaimed autobiography, Olaudah Equiano [Ọlaụda Ikwuanọ] told of his early childhood in Iseke, a community in the Igbo nation, southeast of Oshimmri (now the River Niger). He was kidnapped at age 11 and shipped across the Atlantic to

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Education

Why Nigerian Parents Expect Too Much from Their Children

By Hamilton Odunze Nigerians are the most educated immigrant group in the United States By now, everyone knows that Nigerians are the most educated immigrant group in the United States. The Migration Policy Institute (MPI) published a study on behalf of the Rockefeller-Aspen Diaspora Program (RAD) in 2015, which proved

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Editor's Note

Happy New Year

By Hamilton Odunze Editor-in-Chief Welcome to January 2021! On behalf of Nigerian Parents Magazine (NPM), I wish all of you a happy and prosperous new year. As we step into this new year, it is my hope and prayer that this year will be better than the previous one. Reflecting

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Education

Impact of Remote Learning in the Era of COVID-19

Patrick Idima Education Correspondent No one thought we’ll be talking about remote learning for K-12 schools much less actually resorting to it in 2020. But COVID-19 has forced many school districts to go remote learning. Parents have struggled and are still struggling to adapt to this new form of learning

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Editor's Note

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

By Hamilton Odunze Editor-in-Chief   On behalf of Nigerian Parents Magazine (NPM), I wish you all a happy and healthy holiday season. Without a doubt, 2020 has been a difficult year, with the COVID-19 pandemic, children out of school, and separation from friends and families. However, through it all, we

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Education

Christmas celebrates a God that Reaches Down

Dear friends, as we celebrate this Christmas, I would like to share these few words that capture the true reason for this season. The Psalmist, in one of his prayers, said, “O Lord, what are mortals that you should notice us, mere humans that you should care for us? For

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Editor's Note

Welcome to the Month of December

We did it! After months of fears and uncertainties, we made it to the month of December together. To say that things have not been easy since the pandemic hit would be an understatement.

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Travel

Celebrating Enugu State at 29

A born, ‘bread and buttered’ Enuguite, I celebrate the creation of Enugu State. It had been cooking since the Nigeria-Biafra War. The movement for Waawa State intensified postwar, principally to give all sections of the Igbo nation a better sense of belonging and to accelerate development.  The warriors were many,

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Politics

Dance Ngozi, Dance!

DANCE, NGOZI, DANCE! Knowing that the United States holds a big card of ace in the WTO’s Director General selection, and watching Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala sail to the final two candidates in the rigorous process, made me begin to doubt that she was as smart and qualified as her credentials

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Editor's Note

Welcome to November – The Light at the End of the Tunnel

Welcome to the month of November. If you wish that the year 2020 were over already, you are not alone. I am one of many who share similar sentiments. The world has never seen a year like this, at least, not in our lifetimes. It is a year that has

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Editor's Note

As You Cast Your Vote in the 2020 Election

Early voting is available from October 17, 2020 through October 30, 2020. Please check your local listing for voting times. If you are planning to vote by mail, you must request your ballot by October 28, 2020, and return it by mail or in person by November 3, 2020. For those who are yet to register to vote, the deadline is October 24th, 2020.

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Health

Your Nigerian Blood May Not Be Good Enough

Most Nigerians are ineligible to be blood donors in the United States. Even in this era of COVID-19, most Nigerians who have recovered from COVID-19 may not be eligible to donate plasma to COVID-19 patients.

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Editor's Note

Welcome to September—It’s Back to School Time

Our featured speaker for September is a man of faith and prayer: Monsignor Anselm Nwaorgu. He is a parochial vicar, psychologist, and teacher. He is also the first native African priest to be elevated to the status of Monsignor in the United States. Nigerian Parents Magazine’s(NPM) interview with Monsignor Nwaorgu will be published on September 15, 2020, and will be on our podcast.

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Education

What to Expect As School Resumes for the Fall Session

There are a number of different learning models or protocols that different school districts are proposing or will adopt as schools resume in the fall. School districts are making decisions on what model they will adopt, first, by the prevalence of cases of COVID-19 in the state and second, by what parents perceive as safe for their children.

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Education

21 Subtle Signs You Already Had Covid-19

Because there are no symptoms that are exclusive to COVID-19, doctors and scientists believe that many people may have unknowingly been infected with COVID-19. We bring you this insightful article to find out whether you have already had the coronavirus without even knowing it.

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Editor's Note

Welcome to the Month of August – an Unusual Summer Month

“I am happy to tell you that in the past month, we have continued to enjoy an uptick in readership and engagement. For example, more people read and reacted out to us regarding our July publication than ever before. It is a testament to the hard work of the crack team behind the NPM brand.”

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