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Chronicling the African Renaissance

About Beza Fekade

One of my creative releases is writing in hopes to create a space that shares positive media content from varying black identities on varying topics of culture, music, wellness, spirituality and more.
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7 Artists Who Bare Their Souls
1 month ago

7 Artists Who Bare Their Souls

To showcase one’s art means to open yourself up to interpretation and critique from others. It is a truly vulnerable act that can often be taken for granted. These seven …
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HabeshaLA provides the one thing Los Angeles always needed
3 months ago

HabeshaLA provides the one thing Los Angeles always needed

For the Habesha community, living in Los Angeles and neighboring cities can be an isolating journey of cultural awareness due to the vast lay-out of Southern California. As a Habesha …
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Black Xmas: Ideas for your last minute Holiday gifts
3 months ago

Black Xmas: Ideas for your last minute Holiday gifts

Let’s put our money where our pride is and spend some on the ones we love by supporting the ones we love. These black businesses offer various products and aesthetics …
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My Afropolitan Diary: “Who Is You?”
4 months ago

My Afropolitan Diary: “Who Is You?”

“Who is you?” Chiron, of the critically acclaimed film Moonlight, was asked this by his peers, family, and most importantly himself throughout the entirety of the movie. Regardless …
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Tsehai Publishers: beacon for African knowledge & storytelling
5 months ago

Tsehai Publishers: beacon for African knowledge & storytelling

Now more than ever knowledge, information, and what we hold to be true have become so malleable by media and historical truths. Most times, our identities are shaped …
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For Us By Us: 7 African Diaspora Artists who contributed to “A Seat At The Table”
5 months ago

For Us By Us: 7 African Diaspora Artists who contributed to “A Seat At The Table”

“For us, this shit is for us” confidently sings Solange on the track “F.U.B.U.,” making it clear that some things are primarily for black folk, for us, and if …
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Historic Opening of NMAAHC Inspires Celebration of Africans Worldwide
6 months ago

Historic Opening of NMAAHC Inspires Celebration of Africans Worldwide

Washington, DC celebrated the opening of The National Museum of African American History & Culture on September 24, 2016 with notable singers, musicians, actors, and celebrities. Its long-awaited …
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