Mariama Sidibe is a sophomore student at the University of Washington, Seattle, studying International Studies with a Human Rights concentration. She is also planning to attain a degree in American Ethnic Studies and graduate with a minor in French. She is originally from Guinea and is passionate about going back to Sub-Saharan Africa to do advocacy with women’s rights organizations. Her passions include social justice, human rights, and community-building work in marginalized communities. In her free time, she writes poetry and listens to podcasts.
Educator and politician Lansiné Kaba was born in 1941 in the city of Kankan, Guinea when Guinea was still under French colonial rule. In Guinea, he was educated through the traditional Education system as well as Muslim teachers. He moved to France in 1956 where … Read MoreLansiné Kaba (1941- )