CALL FOR PAPERS: Words Beats & Life: The Global Journal of Hip-Hop Culture, Special Issue on South Africa Guest Editors: Msia Kibona Clark and Jennifer “FetJen” Erie South Africa was one of the first countries in Africa to embrace hip hop culture. Since the 1980s, hip hop culture has grown and spread throughout South Africa, … Continue reading ReBlog |🎧🌍🌎🌏📝| CALL FOR PAPERS: Words Beats & Life: The Global Journal of Hip-Hop Culture, Special Issue on South Africa — The Hip Hop African
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
MEDIA ADVISORY Go Africa Network, Inc. has teamed up with Google for this year’s 4th Annual African Union Expo 2018! For this year’s African Union Expo 2018, Go Africa Network, Inc. and Google partnered to feature a session called Reaching Your Customers through Google, which aims to help small businesses get online and grow by leveraging Google’s many tools and resources … Continue reading Habari Gani |🌍| Media Advisory: Google to Present at African Union Expo 2018 || Friday, December 14, 2018
Excerpt: The launch of Rastafari Rootzfest 2018, which took place at the Bob Marley Museum on Hope Road on Wednesday, was filled with informative and passionate speeches, as well as captivating performances by reggae singers Richie Spice and Lila Ike - two of the entertainers billed to perform at this year's festival. The three-day festival, which speaks to the education on Rastafari ideology and culture, is in its fourth year.
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)
My name is Assata Shakur, and I am a 20th century escaped slave. Because of government persecution, I was left with no other choice than to flee from the political repression, racism and violence that dominate the US government’s policy towards people of color. I am an ex-political prisoner, and I have been living in … Continue reading UHURU:UBUNTU — Open Letter From Assata