17 Must Follow Twitter Pages For Entrepreneurs In Africa — theethnews

Entrepreneurs in Africa face a lot of challenges, from getting funded to getting support through education and grooming on how to scale their startups to profitability. In an article posted on Forbes, it states that only a handful of Africa’s most successful entrepreneurs and business leaders have embraced twitter to share business advice, personal experiences, […] … Continue reading 17 Must Follow Twitter Pages For Entrepreneurs In Africa — theethnews

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United Nations Adds Reggae To Its ‘Intangible Cultural Heritage’ List | UNESCO Names Reggae International Cultural Treasure |👊🎼✊| allAFRICA

UNESCO Names Reggae International Cultural Treasure |allAFRICA

Re-Post || 60Minutes |CBSnews || Inside the Memorial to Victims of Lynching

[...] Stevenson wants people to understand that lynchings were not just brutal footnotes in history, they reflected a belief in racial differences that reinforced segregation in the 1950s and 60s, and, he says, has resulted in a pattern of unequal justice today. Bryan Stevenson: And now we live in a landscape where you see young … Continue reading Re-Post || 60Minutes |CBSnews || Inside the Memorial to Victims of Lynching

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#TimeCapsuleTUESDAY: Poet Aliyah Oyemade: ‘When A City Loves’ – Ode to Cabrini Green (Chicago)

https://vimeo.com/22102209 Excerpt from WBEZ vimeo page: Year: 2011 Aliyah Oyemade, whose poem When a City Loves honors recently “deceased” public housing complex Cabrini Green. Over its sixty-some years Cabrini Green became synonymous with the problems of public housing: drugs, gangs, violence, and crushing poverty. Still, it was a bittersweet moment for some former residents when … Continue reading #TimeCapsuleTUESDAY: Poet Aliyah Oyemade: ‘When A City Loves’ – Ode to Cabrini Green (Chicago)