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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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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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Africa’s Best Breweries
6 months ago

Africa’s Best Breweries

Beer is a beverage that has been brewed for centuries in diverse parts of the world by monks, women, craftsmen, capitalists, and hobbyists. It offers a common denominator: …
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My Ultimate African Bucket List
6 months ago

My Ultimate African Bucket List

When the words “Bucket List” come to mind, people’s initial responses centre around seeing things like the Eiffel Tower in Paris, the Grand Canyon in Arizona, Niagara Falls …
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Hallo Jane: Loving Local
8 months ago

Hallo Jane: Loving Local

Jewellery has always meant more to me than its ornamental quality. When I first started travelling, I contemplated what I should buy as souvenirs in all the places …
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Africa’s Top Hiking Trails
8 months ago

Africa’s Top Hiking Trails

For the fit and adventurous, hiking trails offer the perfect opportunity for exploring and taking in the natural beauty different regions have to offer. Africa’s natural habitat, diversity, …
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An African living in America, yet not an African-American
9 months ago

An African living in America, yet not an African-American

An African living in America, yet not an African American. I came here to chase the American dream, but soon realized I had a predetermined place at the …
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If you like Warsan Shire, Here are 6 Other African Poets You Should Know
10 months ago

If you like Warsan Shire, Here are 6 Other African Poets You Should Know

Critically acclaimed Somali-British poet Warsan Shire is the continent’s best known contemporary poet. Winner of the first Brunel University African Poetry Prize, Shire’s work, “the unbearable weight of staying — …
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Stanford MBA Fellowship and More Funded Opportunities for You
11 months ago

Stanford MBA Fellowship and More Funded Opportunities for You

Here are some opportunities for Africans, as brought to you by Ayiba, in conjunction with Opportunity Desk.

2016 Emerging Institutions Fellowship Program

Deadline: May 30, 2016

LDI Africa is recruiting …
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