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Chronicling the African Renaissance

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Are Black Women also a Double Minority in Income Inequality?
1 week ago

Are Black Women also a Double Minority in Income Inequality?

On the face of it, it appears tenable that black women in America, who experience the intersectionality of marginalization by race and gender concern themselves with the wage gap by …
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Opinion: One Great Nigeria
4 weeks ago

Opinion: One Great Nigeria

People are rightly aggrieved in Nigeria. Many are. Not just Igbos. In fact most Igbos, who have been able to overcome the tragedy of and fallout from the Nigerian Civil …
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Africa’s Season of Famine?
4 weeks ago

Africa’s Season of Famine?

Since the beginning of the year news headlines have been threatening that famine is, once again, imminent in Africa. In February the United Nations formally declared famine in parts of …
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The Dark Side of Uber (in South Africa)
2 months ago

The Dark Side of Uber (in South Africa)

Uber has become a commonly-used verb in everyday language. It’s no longer strange when watching a series to hear someone explain that they “ubered” to arrive at their destination. This …
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Expat vs Immigrant: Almost Parisienne weighs in on the debate
2 months ago

Expat vs Immigrant: Almost Parisienne weighs in on the debate

On Ayiba’s recent European Tour, our founder met up with the YouTubers behind the channel Almost Parisienne for an Afropolitan Diary feature. As young women who chose to move to …
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Chimamanda Adichie and Trevor Noah walk on a stage…Watch what happens next
2 months ago

Chimamanda Adichie and Trevor Noah walk on a stage…Watch what happens next

If you missed this discussion on straddling multiple cultural identities between Nigerian-born National Book Critics Circle Award-winning novelist Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie and Trevor Noah, the South African-born host of Comedy …
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Afrilanthropy: Why African philanthropy needs its own name
3 months ago

Afrilanthropy: Why African philanthropy needs its own name

The widely held understanding of philanthropy in Africa recognizes and presupposes the flow of resources, effort and generosity largely in one direction: from outside of Africa into Africa. For centuries …
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The Africans in Tudor England: Uncovering The Hidden History of The Blackamoores
3 months ago

The Africans in Tudor England: Uncovering The Hidden History of The Blackamoores

In April 2017 Narrative Eye will be presenting a series of events which aims to educate and inspire people to interact with the hidden yet fascinating history of England. The Blackamoores …
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Xenophobia in the “Rainbow Nation”
4 months ago

Xenophobia in the “Rainbow Nation”

South Africa has developed a history of xenophobic attacks. As a South African it pains me to say this but there can be no denying what has played out over …
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In Congo DRC, Goma Sings For Peace
5 months ago

In Congo DRC, Goma Sings For Peace

Amani Festival reunited more than 34,000 people in 3 days of music, dance, and culture to promote and demand peace in the still wounded North-Kivu region, east of the Democratic …
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