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Black women are changing narratives in Europe.

Change is happening as women of color take the center stage in Europe to curate the most electric and powerful cultural events, we have ever seen in recent years. Usually, the women of color are behind the scenes handing microphones, running around, producing or often writing plays and speeches without being given credit for their […]

Africans must stand in their Power!

An open letter to my fellow Africans.! Each of Us must stand in our own supreme power! I am writing to you because we must stand in our power as Africans. I hope you will be patient and take the time to read my open letter. It has been a month now since we left […]

Goals Adopted! Now let's implement them!

What a day! World Leaders have committed to 17 Global Goals to achieve 3 extraordinary things in the next 15 years. End extreme poverty. Fight inequality & injustice. Fix climate change. The Global Goals for sustainable development could get these things done. In all countries. For all people. Join us! We are totally committed in […]

Nelson Mandela:18th July 1918 - 5th December 2013

Remembering Nelson Mandela. May he rest in Peace.

50 Africans You Should Know About For 2013

Happy New year to all of you! Thank you for being here! 2012 has been an incredible year for me and the people I work with. We have met and worked with so many people inside and outside Africa, so we decided again to put together this list so that you can meet and connect […]

From Activist to President: Why Youssou Ndour Shouldn't be President of Senegal

Don’t get me wrong, I like Youssou Ndour. I have met him. I think he is a man of high calibre with extensive influence in Senegal and an international profile. His music has spoken to an entire generation and been heard around the world. He has never hesitated to raise his voice about social injustice […]

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