CuriousKeds

Migration and multiculturalism

I want to take you on a journey of my research and my life as a multicultural child

Knowledge is like a baobab tree; no one can encompass it with their hands.”- African proverb

Nobody knows everything, but everybody knows something.“- African proverb

I want to invite you guys to explore all types of interesting topics about integration, migration, diversity etc. through reading books, experiences and the knowledge I have gained up to now.

“No matter what circumstances we find ourselves in, we can always choose hope. Hope for a better future can help us see our current difficulties as temporary evils.” – Mungi Ngomane

Granddaughter of Archbishop Desmond Tutu (Book: Everyday Ubuntu: Living better together, the African way)

“Doing things outside my comfort zone, discovering new things is my new motto. I’m exploring cultural identities and borders between cultural groups. How society deals with diversity and integration within each country. Those are the main topics I’m very passionate about to improve my knowledge and understanding.”

Keda Hillé

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