Mama Africa: Miriam Makeba Premieres On Martin Luther King Jr. Day On The World Channel!

Harlem-based ArtMattan Films is delighted to announce that Mama Africa: Miriam Makeba is the Season Opener for the eleventh season of the public television series AfroPoP: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange! Continue Reading →

Only Known Surviving Muslim American Slave Autobiography Goes Online At The Library Of Congress

The Library of Congress has acquired and made available online the Omar Ibn Said Collection, which includes the only known surviving slave narrative written in Arabic in the United States. Continue Reading →

The Radical Implications Of Radical African Art Looting Discussed In Harlem

Artnet reports that three experts with deep knowledge of African art, the Nigerian American artist Toyin Ojih Odutola, the philosopher Souleymane Bachir Diagne, and the art historian Cécile Fromont, sat down for dinner at a Harlem restaurant.

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Sweden’s Rising Harlem Style Star Cherrie Rocks At Baby’s All Right (Photographs)

Last week, we wrote Cherrie’s Harlem Style Is On Top Of Sweden Makes Music 2018 Lineup, regarding the new fabulously talented Somali-Swedish R&B singer Cherrie performing at a packed Baby’s All Right downtown in New York a few days ago. Continue Reading →

Akufo-Addo Declares 2019 As ‘Year Of Return For Diasporans’ From Harlem To Hollywood

President Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo has officially proclaimed 2019 as the year all diasporan descendants of Africans who were captured and transported into the Americas as slaves in the 17th and 18th centuries return to Ghana. Continue Reading →

Aiteo Founder, Benedict Peters Wins Forbes Oil & Gas Leader Of The Year Award, 2018

International business leader and founder of Aiteo Group, Benedict Peters was awarded Africa’s Oil and Gas Leader of the Year at the Forbes Best of Africa Gala which was held at Forbes Headquarters, New York City. Continue Reading →

Africa: A Zimbabwe National A National Venture Capital Fund, Industry And Youth Entrepreneurship

By Prof Mthuli Ncube

Zimbabwe is on the brink of a new era of innovation and economic activity. Our government’s greatest task will be to promote small and medium-sized enterprises and to unlock the creativity and productivity of the population. Continue Reading →

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