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Yoruba Orishas: African gods and goddess

Photographer James C. Lewis created a series of photos where he artistically depicted the African Yoruba deities – ORISHAS – venerated by the Yoruba people of Benin and Nigeria. 203 more words

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Alison Saar. Still Run Dry, 2012

Alison Saar. 50 Proof, 2012.

Alison Saar: STILL… 

photographs by Chris Warner.

exhibition organized by Ben Maltz Gallery, Otis College of Art and Design.

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Meet Our Friend Venancia

Venancia is a Rwandan refugee who sews for Amani Kenya

Tell us about yourself…

–“I come from Rwanda. I am 34 and have been married for 8 years. 178 more words

Amani Ya Juu

A African Elephant grazing in the fields of Night

Authors (1986, 88) it is intended regulatory ‘framework for the detection of Philosophy of Education in Africa. “Thus, they argue that (1986, 89),

Pedagogy of the oppressed sagacity affect pedagogy. 279 more words

Two Hours with Tshediso Leanya and FRQNCY South Africa

If you have the opportunity to play this game of life you need to appreciate every moment. a lot of people don`t appreciate the moment until it`s passed. 704 more words


When Africa comes together...

Motho ke motho ka batho

Translated: I am, not only because of myself but because of others.

It is a concept of Ubuntu, that says, I am because we are.

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