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Celebrating black history month in Greenwich

Black history month is important now more than ever. With race relations globally reaching boiling point, it is time for us to take a step away from anger and instead celebrate art, poetry and other mechanisms used to celebrate black excellence. 295 more words

Greenwich University

Why First Lady Aisha Buhari Was Right In Her Public Statement Against Nigeria's President.

For daring to publicly criticize the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, First Lady Aisha Buhari has learnt one painful lesson – that a divided family cannot stand.  1,030 more words

Government & Politics

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2016 Breaking Free From Colonial Association art by Marcellous Lovelace #marcellouslovelace #SEE www.marcellouslovelace.com #art #painting #freedom #coloredart #africanart #hueart #definition #sol #missunderstandingsfrompoorconversations her purpose is to escape all the rules that deny her soul #we #blackart Marcellous Lovelace #coloredart no sellout… 21 more words

I am Life.

Why do you think that those who love you are like stones,

that can be left behind,

to be retrieved whenever you remember to look back. 28 more words

The African Pressure For Grandchildren

Slightly over a month back, 27 year old Kenyan woman Jackline Mwende suffered the brutality of domestic violence when her husband of 7 years, Stephen Ngila chopped off her hands after a gruesome machete attack in their home. 1,099 more words




When Mary Afi Usuah released her sophomore album African Woman on Clover Music in 1978, very few people outside of Nigeria heard the album. 1,810 more words


Maheeda Stops Bleaching Fans Urge Her to Go Back to Bleaching

Colorism is a serious issue in all African communities. People with lighter skin tones are still considered to be smarter,prettier, and better. They receive preferential treatment even though most times their skin tones are not natural. 143 more words