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Verlaine Djeni: “In France, you can be an African & be at the top of the bill, without being sportsmen or artists”

Tribune of Verlaine DJENI. Examples of Sibeth Ndiaye, Bertin Nahum and many others! In recent years, we feel growing in our country, a feeling of stigmatization, denunciation, victimization, tending to believe on the part of alleged anti-racists, that the glass ceiling for blacks, was rather a blockhouse.
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Blacks, victims of racism in access to knowledge, blacks victims of racism in access to professional integration, blacks victims of racism in access to housing, black victims of racism in access to leisure, in short, we are entitled to all variants in the most incredible victimization demonstrations!
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Encouraged by associations, the media feed the people with the complaints of all those who will come and cry about their condition of blacks.
Far be it from us to believe that there is not a form of racism, which psychologically results much more from the economic situation than rejection of the other, yes there is a form of rejection of the other which can be considered as a desire for cultural protection, because as Nelson Mandela said, we are not born racist, we become it because society imposes it on us.
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In France, we seek to impose this racist victimization that may push to accept this complex in the relationship between blacks and whites.
We have the idea that being born black is a disadvantage, we installed the idea that to be born Black and live in the suburbs, it will be complicated, we installed the idea that to be born Black, to live in the suburbs and not to have done science-po, the ENA, HEC, it’s folded.
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What a priori that both confirm that the blacks have only a professional future in art or sport.
So today, as part of our sequence, we chose to talk about success, blacks who succeed their professional life, the French who have assumed their difference and face turpitude without ever balking.
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Sibeth NDIAYE
This Franco-Senegalese graduate from the Sorbonne, she worked for several years in the administration, including the regional council and the Ministry of Finance before joining Emmanuel Macron at the launch of En Marche.
Sibeth Ndiaye is now in charge of press relations at the Elysee.
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Bertin NAHUM
This Franco-Beninese graduate from INSA Lyon has created Meditech, a company specializing in surgical robotics. Meditech has developed technology for the care of epilepsy, Parkinson’s disease among others.
Bertin NAHUM sold his company in 2016 to the American group Zimer to create Quantum, another company specialized in the same field.
Bertin NAHUM’s expertise has been validated by his peers and he has been awarded an honorary doctorate from the University of Coventry in the United Kingdom.
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Gérard COTELLON
This Guadeloupean is the example of perseverance, indeed, he joined the APHP as a nurse and to accept to question himself through continuing education, he is now HRD of the first hospital group in France with more than 70,000 employees and 20,000 doctors.
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Pierre NGAHANE
Doctor in management and university, the French-Cameroonian Pierre NGAHANE was the first black prefect of France, named in 2008, he paved the way for many young people and today, they are several to occupy high positions in the public administration.
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Karima SILVENT
This Franco-Comorian graduate of ENA is Human Resources Director of the AXA Group.
It symbolizes success not only for its color but also for its Muslim religious ancestry.
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AXA collaborating photographic portraits
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Tidjane THIAM 
This French-Ivorian graduate of Polytechnic, major of Mines, is the managing director of the 4th private management bank in the world, Credit Suisse.
He remains a reference in his field of activity.
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These are six profiles of success that we put forward because it is necessary and it allows not always to value the stigma.
We can succeed in France notwithstanding its color but on one condition, respect this country, its history and its values.
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