Children' and Youth's Articles

Better to be Wise than Smart

Good morning/afternoon ladies, gentlemen and children. Today we’re going to be talking about intelligence. Intelligence is about using your head/brain or being smart. Being intelligent is defined as “the ability to learn or understand or to deal with new or trying situations” according to Merriam-Webster. “There is no great genius without some touch of madness.” […]

Main Articles

Knowledge is Power

If knowledge is power, and ignorance is supposed to be bliss, it’s clear why Law enforcement agencies across the United States have failed to provide even basic information on Police misconduct, which include police shootings, frisking and sexual assault. Activist and data scientist, Samuel Sinyangwe, gave a riveting presentation on “Using Data for Racial Justice” […]

Omoluabi and the law

Intelligence and the Law

“Opolo pipe” loosely translates to intelligence in English. A more complete definition however would encompass the idea of being intellectually sound. This is the 9th and final Omoluabi principle. Just like many of the other Omoluabi virtues, intelligence is one that is universally valued. An Omoluabi will display this trait in all areas-personally, professionally, and […]