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Exposure Issue | Keepin’ it real

Exposure Issue
1 month ago

Exposure Issue

Our 17th issue, the Exposure Issue, will focus on the theme of vulnerability, highlighting individuals who have used openness, humility, strength, and self expression to challenge rigid value systems and affect …
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OUTLIERZ: A new seed investment fund dedicated to Africa
1 month ago

OUTLIERZ: A new seed investment fund dedicated to Africa

A new Morocco-based seed investment fund, dedicated to providing smart capital to African startups, launches. The initiative is led by entrepreneurs, for entrepreneurs, and backed by some of the world’s …
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The Journey of a Brazilian Babalawo
1 month ago

The Journey of a Brazilian Babalawo

While the Nigerian state is being divided on religious lines, the Middle East gets dichotomized with the spilled blood of the dead and injured, the Mexican wall goes up in …
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Opportunities from UNESCO, MasterCard and more
2 months ago

Opportunities from UNESCO, MasterCard and more

Here are some great new opportunities for Africans, brought to you once again by Ayiba, in conjunction with Opportunity Desk. We want our Ayiba family to succeed and are always …
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Most romantic African getaways for Valentine’s Day
2 months ago

Most romantic African getaways for Valentine’s Day

Love is certainly in the air, and as the special day of celebrating love draws near, most of us are rampaging the internet for ideas of gifts to give and …
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Luvvie Ajayi’s I’m Judging You will be our next Shondaland Obsession
2 months ago

Luvvie Ajayi’s I’m Judging You will be our next Shondaland Obsession

Shonda Rhimes and Betsy Beers’ Shondaland, alongside ABC Signature Studios, have acquired rights to Luvvie Ajayi’s debut book I’m Judging You: The Do Better Manual to develop as a cable comedy …
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The poetic response to Trump’s #RefugeeBan
2 months ago

The poetic response to Trump’s #RefugeeBan

Warsan Shire, a Somali-born in Kenya and raised in London, has been writing about the refugee experience for years. She was thrust into the limelight when Beyonce featured her poems …
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Nigerian becomes first black woman President of Harvard Law Review
2 months ago

Nigerian becomes first black woman President of Harvard Law Review

Imelme Umana, a doctorate candidate at Harvard Law School, is the first Black woman to be elected as president of one of the most prestigious legal journals in the nation, the Harvard …
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