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A Letter to My Cousin about COVID-19 in America

Dear Cousin Saidou, How are you doing? I hope everything is going well for you during these difficult times. I know we have not seen each other for two years and I miss you deeply. Also,  I know you told me that Guinea has not been affected as much by the COVID-19  virus as here in the United States. But, […]

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A Dish from My Culture

I come from a Fulani tribe in West Africa, which is a herding and nomadic culture so my ancestors consumed a lot of cow’s milk. In school, I learned that one day, my ancestors decided to look for a compliment to make the milk more appetizing. They had the idea of ​​taking the corn powder and vaporizing it. Then, the […]

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How I Got To PULSE

Hello, My Name Is Fatoumata Kebe. There’s a couple of reasons why i ended up in PULSE High School. I ended up in Pulse because in my previous school i wasn’t doing so good i mean i was doing good but i kinda got left back and then I had to come to Pulse to be able to graduate on […]

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