In many academic settings, the concept of globalization is often limited to an economic process by which companies and countries develop international influence aimed at increasing the circulation of goods and services.
“Over the course of 4 years, I felt more connected with my own heritage and committed to building a better America for the immigrants who raised me and the rest that will add true purpose to this country as history has continuously shown us. I believe they did their due diligence, so it is now my turn. But I know I would not have been able to get to where I am or figure out where I am going if I did not first figure out how to succeed as a unique individual.” ~ Jacqueline Abraham
"When we think about food, food has such a communal aspect to it. You know, when I think about my own memories of food or dishes that I've had in my life, I don't think about the meals that I have had by myself. Part of the magic of a good meal is the people that you're sharing it with." ~ Oge Mora
The impact of COVID-19 cuts across the world. In the United States, more than 40 million workers have filed for unemployment benefits since the pandemic gripped the nation. More than 100,000 Americans have lost their lives to the disease. Among the affected are Nigerians across different occupations. As we prepare to turn the page on another month, our thoughts and prayers at Nigerian Parents Magazine are with those affected by COVID-19.