Issue 3: Stories about Home & Community

  1. Introduction by Rita Umuliza

  2. Rooted by Igihozo Gloria

  3. Petit Pays Review, The Walls Between Us by Mutsinzi

  4. The Imperceptible Ways Architecture Impacts Our Behavior by Ben Rutabana

  5. Comfort by Ines Makuza

  6. Why Design Matters by Angela Shyaka

  7. Here Is My Hope by Uwera Ntaganzwa

  8. Communitarism for Dummies by Maya Mutesi

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White Privilege II

If I had to describe this song in one word, it would be “controversial.”


As soon as one presses play, the soulful beat overtakes the listener. As he starts singing, one can definitely hear the sadness with a twinge of nostalgia.

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The nostalgic tune is a perfect love song to the places, experiences and the people who built him into who he is. I don’t think there’s anything else that makes me miss home more than this.


As the audience, we particularly experience a growing ugly conflict between Troy and his youngest son Cory initiated by the fact that he refused to give him permission to play in a college football team.

A Man of the People by Chinua Achebe

Through vigorous campaigns, bribes, greed and badmouthing, Nanga and Odili expose the reader to a world of bloody post-colonial politics where money speaks louder than intellectualism, with Nanga representing the old ways of bush politics and Odili representing a new era of politics


The colorful visuals, and the variety in the soundtracks (bubblegum pop, electronic pop, hip hop etc.) used in Nerve also made me enjoy the movie immensely.