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  • EthiDolls: exploring African dolls
    EthiDolls: exploring African dolls
    Hello NY Doll Collectors,I was thinking about all the types of dolls we have in this world. And there are so many. And then I thought, “world”, which makes me think, ah, international. We have explored international dolls from Mattel...
  • African Grill & Bar
    Aurora Colorado's very own African food tour
    African Grill & Bar in Aurora, Colorado is a great little restaurant that stays true to the culture, the menu will take you on a tour of North, South, East/Central and West Africa. All recipes remain true to those of the African mother land...
  • Aaron from Titus Andronicus
    Great characters by William Shakespeare that might surprise you!
    Many early writers portrayed African people in their works. However, in many instances, Africans merely served as servants or other “inferiors” that were incidental to the story. One writer broke this mold and daringly created Black...
  • Lande Sanusi of The C.A.K.E. Village
    Interview: Lande Sanusi of The C.A.K.E. Village
    The C.A.K.E. Village is a nurturing environment that immerses children in the culture of Africa. This hidden gem is located in East Dundee, Illinois. Founder, Lande Sanusi recently sat down to talk about what inspired her to create C.A.K.E....
  • God of all ages. Emperor Haile Selassie I
    List of the best type of mustache to guide your style from a women's prespective
    Size matters, when it comes to the spotlight of your natural qualities. How long your hair can be grown out, on the face, fully show off your bloodline and superior heritage genes here and foreign. Genetics are of importance when your facial...
  • shoes
    Jokhas
    Help Launch our new sandal line that we have partnered with Kenyan Artisan to make Eco-friendly footwear,while helping the girl child.Jokhas Footwear is launching an eco-friendly, footwear product line that takes into big consideration our human...
  • Darcy Vasudev
    An old art form new again with Hennalounge
    Standing in line at a local coffee shop in San Francisco my mind was wondering a bit thinking of a show that would start shooting in a few months. There would be a host of characters in the series that represent everything San Francisco. Tattoos...
  • Africa: Origin of civilization, and exploitation
    The pillaging and extortion of Africa in 2013
    According to the 2013 Africa Progress Report convened by former United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan, Africa has three critical issues that must be handled to ensure the continent’s economic growth: 1) African governments must improve...
  • KANT-TV
    KANT-TV debuts for Houston audience
    ■ Afrocentric Network Television debuts this Month with more than just MoviesAll eyes are impatiently anticipating a return of substance to the community television viewership as Afrocentric Network Television (KANT-TV) debuts service in Houston...
  • Black woman
    Daily thought: Black or African American
    The first article written by the Sacramento African American Issues Examiner was on the issue of Black/African American's being referred to as "Black" or "African American."If you would like to review the first article it...
  • Martial mastery and the African origins of Shaolin
    Martial mastery and the African origins of Shaolin
    by Malaika H KambonRecently the famed Shaolin Warriors of China gave a performance at the Marin Veterans’ Memorial Center in San Rafael, displaying their hand-to-hand and weapons martial skills. The troupe of 20 Shaolin monks were on the...
  • Diversity in Higher Education Today
    Has diversity changed higher education?
    The 1960s Johnson administration opened up immigration on a large scale from Latino, African and Asian countries. These cohorts have generated a large influx of matriculation into the nation’s colleges and universities. What impact has this...
  • Calabar Imports
    Fall Season with Calabar Imports
    Fall is about new beginnings and renewal; and this Fall, Calabar Imports has returned to their old neighborhood in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, NY.Calabar Imports has re-opened on Franklin Avenue in Crown Heights. "It's a new space with a...
  • Leopard
    Social divisions in the Belgian Congo
    Colonial Africa in 1958 was a deeply divided social world. The Belgians living in the Congo were Protestant or Catholic but natives practiced centuries-old rituals including cannibalism. Whites lived in big homes appointed with European furniture...
  • Celebrating our Elders Traditionally
    Celebrating our Elders Traditionally
    “Not to know the good we have Till time has stolen the cherish'd gift away, Is cause of half the misery that we feel, And makes the world the wilderness it is.” Nigerian Proverb We all came from an elder & will one day each...