Powerful art by @ken_nwadiogbu So I thought about this idea three years back after watching a news on Late Trayvon Martin. I immediately spoke to a friend about it and he said "People will come at you saying you know nothing about racism and never experienced it before for you to want to be a voice for it". And I felt he was right, like, I live in Lagos, Nigeria- a black man's land. Now fastforward to couple of months later, in March 2015- the Xenophobic attack by South Africans that took the world by storm. A friend of mine was brutally injured and I was devastated... But was it time for me to create this work? Nrr, its jusy one event, I thought. Fast forward to the Lybian slavery, Fulani herdsmen attack, and many many more... It was at this moment it hit me. This was not just about racism, it was mostly favouritism- The extreme and dreadful part of favouritism. I needed to speak about it... to be a voice for these victims. To shame Racism, National Origin Descrimination, Tribal Descrimitation, Feminine Denigration, and many more. We have witnessed pain, war, sorrow, anguish, sadness, and bitterness. The question now is, WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?