CATEGORIES

EDUCATION SYSTEM IN GHANA

High School teachers in Ghana have been on strike for the past week for non-payment of some teachers’ salaries. It also happens to be the examination week before the Christmas break. A High School teacher I spoke with confirmed he had not been paid for three months. Other teachers mentioned higher figures.As at Friday the 13th of December 2019, serious negotiations behind closed doors had been ongoing between the Teachers’ Union and the Ghana Education to resolve the impasse.That, in a nutshell, sums the state of education in Ghana.

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Daisy magazine
January/February 2020

BLACK WALL STREET

Prior to the massacre of May 31, 1921, when a mob of white men over two days burnt the black district of Greenwood to the ground, it was one of the most Affluent African American districts in the entire United States.Founded on Indian Territory in 1906 by Mr. O.C. Gurley and his family, a wealthy land owner, who purchased 40 acres of land in Tulsa, named it Greenwood after a Mississippi town. Gurley was able to purchase this land through the Dawes Act. A US Law that gave land to individual Native Americans and many Black Sharecroppers looking for better opportunities in a post-Civil War era and from racial oppression.Oklahoma was considered a safe haven and became home to more than 50 black townships in the State.

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Daisy magazine
January/February 2020

People, Places And Perspectives

It was with some amount of pride that I watched the women’s march on January 21, 2017 and felt a shift in the winds of change that blew over the country and the world at large.

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Daisy magazine
MArch/April 2017

Ray Of Hope

The National Alliance on Mental Illness of New York City Metro, Inc. (NAMI- NYC Metro) is a grassroots organization that provides free support, education, and advocacy for families and individuals of all ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds who live with mental illness.

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Daisy magazine
MArch/April 2017

Can a Woman really have it all? One woman's struggle to balance Family and business

My Struggle of Building My Business and a Relationship With My Daughter.

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Daisy magazine
January/February 2017

Health & Fitness

Singer Arika Kane, Meets the Challenge of Health and Fitness

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Daisy magazine
January/February 2017

Ray of Hope

Successful Relationships: as Important for Women in the Bedroom as in the Boardroom

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Daisy magazine
January/February 2017

Spirit & Self

With the holidays upon us, and revelry all around, you would want to believe that all are having the same amount of enjoyment and getting the same level of fulfillment as you, and so many like you.

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Daisy magazine
November/December 2016

Ray Of Hope

Wear lipstick & attack.

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Daisy magazine
November/December 2016

Cherishing The Gift Of Business

If you’ve heard it once, you’ve heard it twice; we are in a “new normal” an uncertain period of employment economics.

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Daisy magazine
November/December 2016

6 Ways To Help Cope With Holiday Stress

While the holidays are meant to be a festive time surrounded by family and friends, it is not uncommon to experience an increase in stress or anxiety during this time. Between busy travel schedules and crowded shopping malls, it can be hard to feel confident that everything will get done in time. The tips below will help you keep your stress at a manageable level, while reminding you of what is most important during the upcoming holiday season!

6 mins read
Daisy magazine
November/December 2016