All posts tagged with: African

Minorities in the Arts

Publié 9 septembre 2014 no picture Kriyana Reddy

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  • 40 Articles

There are two African-American women who have been on the arts radar recently--Misty Copeland and Keke Palmer. I've been following Keke Palmer since my parents introduced me to the movie Akeelah and the Bee seven years ago. She was refreshing and zesty with the right kind of sass. At the same time, she reminded me that an actress like her was an oddity in arts today. African-American, young, female and ambitious. A lethal combination of brains and beauty, Keke Palmer is taking Broa...


I Am African - African Voice

Publié 19 mars 2014 no picture Victor Brown Omovbude

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Inscrit le 9 février 2014
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  • Age 22

I am African. Black I am, coined and carved out of Black Nature. Groomed from the bowel of: heat, poverty and dark water. I am Black. Not Brackish, Not vain! But eager to do more, eager to raise my Shoulder - to commune, argue and resolve the vague. As little as it may, I can't belittle my stance or set my thoughts in disarray. For I am connected to Africa and Africans - joined with the coastal of my forefathers. I am Proudly African, dark and woolly. Although, I may be prone to sickness, I neve...


Never take unity for granted

Publié 1 janvier 2014 no picture adamsbulama

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By Atiku Abubakar. Original source: http://atiku.org/aa/2014/01/01/never-take-unity-for-granted/ As we mark the centenary celebration of the amalgamation of the Lagos colony with the Northern and Southern Protectorates by the British Colonial occupier forming one country, Nigerians need to pat each other on the back. We have truly come a long way. We must redouble our efforts towards building a stronger and more united Nigeria rather than concentrating energies on division o...