THIS BEAUTIFUL BLACK SKINNED SISTER IS FIGHTING BLEACHING BOTH IN UK AND NIGERIA!

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BLACK SKINNED BEAUTY TINU OGINNI IS FIGHTING BLEACHING IN U.K. AND NIGERIA!

BLACK SKINNED BEAUTY TINU OGINNI IS FIGHTING BLEACHING IN U.K. AND NIGERIA!

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7 Responses to “THIS BEAUTIFUL BLACK SKINNED SISTER IS FIGHTING BLEACHING BOTH IN UK AND NIGERIA!”

  1. R. Lee Gordon Says:

    Beautiful photos that celebrate our culture and heritage globally . . .

    Keep up the great work and good fight . . .

    R. Lee Gordon
    http://www.uniteedesign.com
    http://www.betterdetroityouth.org
    http://www.greaternewyorkyouth.org (just around the corner . . .)

  2. Yeye Akilimali Funua Olade Says:

    articles from this blog on bleaching”BLEACHING IS DANGEROUS”SAYS BEAUTIFUL BLACK SKINNED TINUOLA OGINNI FROM NIGERIAN TRIBUNE NEWSPAPER 2008

    »NIGERIAN SISTER TINUOLA OGINNI CAMPAIGNS AGAINST BLEACHING OUR BEAUTIFUL BLACK SKIN! FROM NIGERIAN TRIBUNE,JUNE 2008
    By Yeye Akilimali Funua Olade

    IT MAY TAKE YEARS OR HAPPEN JUST LIKE THAT BUT BLEACHING CHEMICALS ARE GOING TO AFFECT YOUR SKIN EVENTUALLY!

    THIS SOUTH AFRICAN BROTHER AND SISTER ARE REGRETTING EVER BLEACHING NOW!

    YOUR SKIN WILL NEVER BE THE SAME AGAIN AND EVENTUALLY IT WILL BREAK OUT!

    BLEACHING WILL MAKE YOU A MONSTER LIKE MICHAEL JACKSON!

    BLEACHING CHEMICALS WILL AFFECT YOUR SKIN EVENTUALLY IN MANY WAYS!

    TINUOLA OGINNI,A BLACK SKINNED BEAUTY FIGHTS BLEACHING!

    from tribune.com.ng

    A Nigerian’s campaign against skin bleaching
    updated: Friday 13-06-2008

    (L-R) Miss Tinuola Oginni, addressing
    blacks resident in the United Kingdon
    during one of her numerous campaigns
    against skin bleaching.Assistant Editor, Jackson Udom, just back from London, writes on what Miss Tinuola Oginni, a London-based make-up artiste, is doing on the streets of London, with her solo crusade against bleaching by blacks resident in London and her plans to take the battle to her roots.

    The bleaching culture crept into the consciousness of Nigerians several years ago, with little or nothing done to check its spread, which, surprisingly, cuts across virtually all sexes, class and groups.

    Despite its grevious health consequences, Nigerians, particularly, the women and some men have turned deaf ear to the health implications of bleaching. But one Nigerian has decided to take the bull by the horn, and that person is London-based Miss Tinuola Oginni.

    Nigerian Tribune encountered this amazon on the streets of London on three different occasions preaching against bleaching, and this caught the attention of this reporter, which led to the attempt at unravelling the reasons behind such a public crusade by a Nigerian against bleaching in a foreign land largely peopled by whites.

    According to those who spoke with Nigerian Tribune on what they described as “the yeoman war against bleaching” by the London-trained make-up artist, “the crusade against bleaching has taken Tinu to virtually all the nooks and crannies of the United Kingdom. It is aimed at discouraging or completely eradicating the spirit of bleaching among Africans. She is more concerned about the health implications associated with bleaching and that is why she goes around the UK to let the people believe in the colour of their skin”.

    Nigerian Tribune also gathered that she has also taken her crusade against bleaching to churches particularly those with predominantly African. It was further learnt that the crusade has, on a daily basis, been receiving the support of religious organisations.

    In a chat with Nigerian Tribune at one of the venues of her anti-bleaching crusade, the make-up artiste said she was moved to preach against bleaching because of what she witnessed when her very close friend was to undergo an operation in the hospital.

    “I am out on the streets against bleaching because of the experience I had when my very close friend was admitted for operation in an hospital. She did not survive the operation because she had been bleaching for over 15 years. According to the GP’s report after the operation, which was very successful, they found it difficult closing her up after the operation because her outerskin layer hadbeen destroyed due to long years of bleaching.

    Because of that she died. It was a painful loss. In fact, I am yet to overcome that loss. That is just one out of very many tragedies occasioned by attempts by Africans to want to look like Europeans. They forget that God gave them that skin colour because of the weather and made the Europeans white because of their weather.”

    She further said “black Africans still see bleaching as the in thing in town. I am yet to see any white man who wants to change his skin to black and that is why I have taken it upon myself to alert blacks on the dangers inherent in bleaching.”

    On why she decided to carry out the campaign in London and not in Africa, the Osun State-born artiste said, “the war has to start from here because African’s resident here are largely influenced by what they see. They see the whites and they want to look like them in colour, forgetting about the health hazards associated with such things”

    She however, assured that plans were underway to take the crusade against bleaching to Africa, saying, “I have Africa, the continent of the blacks, in mind. In the next couple of weeks I will move my campaign there because that is where we have the largest population of blacks, but as they say, charity begins at home. Nigeria, my country, will be my first port of call,”

    According to Miss Oginni, “we will need the support of government, organisations, highly placed individuals for the success of the crusade and it is my prayer that at the end of the campaign against this social abnormality the blacks will come to the understanding of the dangers inherent in bleaching. There is dignity in the black colour because it is a special gift from God and any attempt to want to tamper with it is an indirect way of being ungrateful to God.”

    © 2004 – 2008 African Newspapers of Nigeria Plc. Publishers of Nigerian Tribune, Saturday Tribune, Sunday Tribune.
    All Rights Reserved

    Tags: African Americans, STOP BLEACHING OUR BEAUTY BLACK SKIN AWAY, NO TO BLACK PEOPLE BLEACHING, AFRICANS, BLACK PEOPLE MUST WIPE OUT BLEACHING INFERIORITY COMPLE, BLEACHING AMONG BLACKS

    This entry was posted on August 26, 2008 at 1:00 pm and is filed under AFRICA, BLACK CHILDREN, BLACK CULTURE, BLACK IS BEAUTIFUL!, BLACK MEN, BLACK NATIONALISM, BLACK PEOPLE, BLACK SKINNED BEAUTIES:QUEEN MOTHERS OF ALL BEAUTY, BLACK WOMEN, BLACKS IN AMERIKKKA!, BLACKS IN COLUMBIA(SOUTH AMERICA), BLACKS IN CUBA, BLACKS IN EUROPE, BLACKS IN FRANCE, BLACKS IN THE CARIBBEAN, JAMAICA, KENYA, LIBERIA, NIGERIA, PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS!, STOP BLEACHING OUR BEAUTIFUL BLACK SKIN AWAY, THE BLACK RACE, YORUBA. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site. Edit this entry.

    3 Responses to “NIGERIAN SISTER TINUOLA OGINNI CAMPAIGNS AGAINST BLEACHING OUR BEAUTIFUL BLACK SKIN! FROM NIGERIAN TRIBUNE,JUNE 2008”
    Yeye Akilimali Funua Olade Says:

    August 29, 2008 at 10:23 am | Reply edit

    A good reply:

    Akli,

    This article is god sent. I dont know if you know that I am working as a licensed esthethician in Washington , DC and I have so many
    African clients that have permenately damaged their skin with bleach.

    A little sun screen every day will take care of uneven skin tones and prevent cancer causing cells from starting. Our Mothers used to say stay out of the sun. This advice is so timely as the sun is our worst enemy for different reasons now. The mantra should be use sun screen not bleach.

    Peace and love

    Jennifer I. Latifa Johnson
    umosman@yahoo..com
    Jenniferlatifajohnson@gmail.com
    1927 Otis Street N.E.Washington, DC 20018
    202 635-7842

    Skin bleaching – Page 2 – Meez Forums Says:

    September 23, 2008 at 9:14 pm | Reply edit

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    lynn fadzai manika Says:

    December 8, 2008 at 1:29 pm | Reply edit

    i believe wat you are saying is true, not every skin problen is caused by the sun if one has scars they want to get rid of from operations, eczema e.t.c. wat do you recommend them to use , something that is not dangerous and that wont do any harm to the skin but only leaves it even

  3. Sugabelly Says:

    Hi, I just wanted to say that the correct spelling is IGBO not IBO. IBO is always wrong when referring to the people, the culture, or the language. IBO means door or ‘to bark’ while IGBO refers to the language, culture and people.

    I’m pointing this out because so many people keep on making this mistake. Even on Wikipedia it says IBO which is completely wrong and misleading/misinforming people.

    Otherwise, great post. Thanks.

  4. Sugabelly Says:

    Sorry I posted on the wrong post. Will repost on the correct one.

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