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Black Foodie: Toronto’s Favourite Blogger
10 months ago

Black Foodie: Toronto’s Favourite Blogger

Eden Hagos is a celebrated host, food writer, and founder of the media and events company, Black Foodie. She’s an Ethiopian Canadian with a passion for African and Caribbean cuisine …
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Tastemakers Africa: an online experiences marketplace
11 months ago

Tastemakers Africa: an online experiences marketplace

Tastemakers Africa, also known as TSTMKRS , is the world’s first culture-driven, online experiences marketplace. The web and mobile platform connects curious travelers to local insiders (curators) in …
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The new KAYA collection by Prelim
1 year ago

The new KAYA collection by Prelim

KAYA, meaning ‘home’ in Ndebele, is the Spring/Summer 2018 collection by London label Prelim.

Featuring a 17-piece assortment of high energy ready to wear looks from …
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The Poets of Pretoria
1 year ago

The Poets of Pretoria

They say curiosity kills the cat. I, however, have always tended to disagree and found myself one Thursday night, armed with a bottle of wine, dragging two of my friends …
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Mostly Lit Podcast: re-narrating literature for the Black community
2 years ago

Mostly Lit Podcast: re-narrating literature for the Black community

Our journey in literature is often tethered to the curriculum offered in school, and generally as African and Black students, we don’t find ourselves in these stories. Reckless Rai, Alex …
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Recycling Ugly Waste into Beauty
2 years ago

Recycling Ugly Waste into Beauty

Last month, Ayiba’s founder, Eyitemi Popo, judged the Opportunity Desk Impact Challenge 2017 alongside change makers from around the world. We would like to introduce you to the 2nd place …
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HabeshaLA provides the one thing Los Angeles always needed
2 years 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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Tsehai Publishers: beacon for African knowledge & storytelling
2 years 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
2 years 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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BCUC: The Undiluted Truth and Music
2 years ago

BCUC: The Undiluted Truth and Music

Hailing from Soweto, South Africa, Bantu Continua Uhuru Consciousness, or BCUC for short, is a band that makes “music for the people by the people with the people.” …
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