Nana Salaudeen

Sometimes I Write Things On Paper & Publish

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Nana Salaudeen

1 day ago

Tens of thousands of people – mostly from the minority Haratine or Afro-Mauritanian groups – still live as bonded labourers, domestic servants or child brides

The unspeakable truth about slavery in Mauritania

theguardian.com

Nana Salaudeen

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Shouldering more responsibilities at home is a big reason women are paid less than men and fall behind men in their careers, researchers say.

A ‘Generationally Perpetuated’ Pattern: Daughters Do More Chores

nytimes.com

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It doesn’t matter how hard you work – just how busy you look

spectator.co.uk

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5 days ago


Amid a sweeping workplace trend pushing collaboration, some people are finding they play a little too well with others, causing stress and overwork.

You Could Be Too Much of a Team Player

wsj.com

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5 days ago

Although bearing witness to these women’s murders is often gut-wrenching and exhausting, it’s also necessary. Because if we (black women writers) aren’t telling these stories, they often don’t get told at all.

I'm Tired Of Writing About Dead Black Girls

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Nana Salaudeen

6 days ago

I have a secret,” I said to my new friends at school. I whispered it so that they would see I was reluctant to mention it. The key, I felt, was to underplay. “My father is Steve Jobs.”

Growing Up Jobs

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Nana Salaudeen

7 days ago

When men actually “do more” than provide, they still often receive Nobel-level recognition for doing things that mothers routinely perform — without praise

When Being a Good ‘Dad’ Gets You Promoted to ‘Mommy’

nytimes.com

Nana Salaudeen

7 days ago

But I did want to get to know my colleagues, especially because I was trying to learn. So I’d reach out on Slack, the internal messaging system we use. If I saw a particularly well-reported feature, or well-written news story, I’d make a point to tell the author I enjoyed it, and exactly why.

The trick to staying close to coworkers when you work from home

qz.com

Nana Salaudeen

15 days ago

Most feminists don't hate men, as a group (we hate the system that disproportionately favors men at the expense of women), but — congratulations! — we are starting to hate you. Your obsession with misandry has turned misandry into a self-fulfilling prophecy.

If I Admit That 'Hating Men' Is a Thing, Will You Stop Turning It Into a Self-Fulfilling Prophecy?

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Nana Salaudeen

16 days ago

I am a bit of an extreme kind of person. I do not subscribe to the work-life balance philosophy but to the work-life integration. Sometimes your work is your life, and some of your life is work.

BIKO INTERVIEW: Carole Wainaina: My Marriage Never Failed, It Ended

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Nana Salaudeen

16 days ago

The reason color is so compelling is that it is a computation of the brain, but one that is so good that we think it is an objective property of the world

What Color Is a Tennis Ball?

theatlantic.com

Nana Salaudeen

17 days ago

The sad, tired but widely accepted myth that homosexuality is un-African has been valorized and erected on the altar of falsehood time after time.

Homosexuality is not un-African

america.aljazeera.com

Nana Salaudeen

18 days ago

When we succumb to absolutist thinking for the most important matters in our lives – such as our goals, relationships and self-esteem – the consequences are disastrous.

The danger of absolute thinking is absolutely clear

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Nana Salaudeen

21 days ago

In Conversation: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

vulture.com

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24 days ago

Improving Ourselves to Death

newyorker.com

Nana Salaudeen

178 days ago

Death to the Mass(es)! — BuzzMachine

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178 days ago

How to Survive a Cringe Attack

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178 days ago

Who said sex has to be red hot?

theguardian.com

Nana Salaudeen

178 days ago

Nigerians demand end to police's SARS unit

aljazeera.com

Nana Salaudeen

178 days ago

Discovering Manhood in Soapy Bubbles

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Nana Salaudeen

178 days ago

Patriarchal Princesses Don’t Bother Me. Here’s Why.

mindofmalaka.com

Nana Salaudeen

184 days ago

Hey, It’s Me, a Woke Misogynist Sliding Right On Into Your DMs

mcsweeneys.net

Nana Salaudeen

184 days ago

Unfriending: A sign of immaturity or of growth?

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Nana Salaudeen

185 days ago

My Life is a Consistency of Echoes

borders-within.com

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185 days ago

Dear I Go Dye, You Are Right, But We Can Fix Nigeria Together

medium.com

Nana Salaudeen

185 days ago

In the Land of Vendettas That Go On Forever

vqronline.org

Nana Salaudeen

185 days ago

I'm going to read Kareem Abduljabbar's biography now. This essay is quite intriguing.

Why I converted to Islam

america.aljazeera.com

Nana Salaudeen

185 days ago

Why religion is not going away and science will not destroy it

aeon.co

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185 days ago

You Are Hardwired to Survive

channel.nationalgeographic.com

Nana Salaudeen

238 days ago

Maybe Women Won’t Date You Because You’re Awful

thedailybeast.com

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238 days ago

Sexual Assault May Trigger Involuntary Paralysis

scientificamerican.com

Nana Salaudeen

238 days ago

Last Week Friday

medium.com

Nana Salaudeen

241 days ago

They Fled Boko Haram, Only to Be Raped by Nigeria’s Security Forces

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Nana Salaudeen

241 days ago

HOW TO IDENTIFY A MIDDLE CLASS NIGERIAN

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241 days ago

The Social Benefits of Swearing

theatlantic.com

Nana Salaudeen

241 days ago

Why religion is not going away and science will not destroy it

aeon.co

Nana Salaudeen

245 days ago

When Friendship Ends, Does Betrayal Begin?

nytimes.com

Nana Salaudeen

245 days ago

What machines can tell from your face

economist.com

Nana Salaudeen

249 days ago

Why Banning Questions About Salary History May Not Improve Pay Equity

hbr.org

Nana Salaudeen

250 days ago

The Myth of the ISIS Female Suicide Bomber

theatlantic.com

Nana Salaudeen

250 days ago

Bruce Lee: How to Think Like Nobody Else

medium.com

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250 days ago

Living on Scraps, Boy Who Fled Boko Haram Yearns to Heal the Poor

nytimes.com

Nana Salaudeen

250 days ago

You Are Hardwired to Survive

channel.nationalgeographic.com

Nana Salaudeen

251 days ago

Why Somaliland is east Africa’s strongest democracy

economist.com

Nana Salaudeen

251 days ago

Uber drivers in Lagos are using a fake GPS app to inflate rider fares

qz.com

Nana Salaudeen

252 days ago

“I carried you for nine months”

southofnormality.wordpress.com

Nana Salaudeen

252 days ago

The Writer’s Table: On Impostor Syndrome & Self Sabotage

medium.com

Nana Salaudeen

252 days ago

Privileged kids need to stop fetishising working class culture

huckmagazine.com

Nana Salaudeen

257 days ago

How to Choose Wisely

nautil.us

Nana Salaudeen

257 days ago

Nigeria is the federal republic of rumor mongering

qz.com

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