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“WE MOVE” Project 20.10.20

HOUSTON, TEXAS — AN AYO SHOFOLUWE PRESENTS  The “WE MOVE” Visual Art Exhibition which will include an Artist Talk/Panel Discussion (virtual) on Thursday, October 20, 2022 and the Exhibition on Friday, October 21, 2022 from 6PM...

Nigerian Independence Reflection

Happy Independence Day my fellow Nigerians. Celebrate this milestone that many fought so hard to achieve, our independence from British rule and the pain of colonialism. Yes, our freedom has been marred with tumultuous leadership, of which many...

10 Things The Woman King Gets Right

1. “West Africa” – the very first words in the film -places the story in it’s true historical context. Africa is not all the same. West Africa by itself is the size of the United States and nearly equal in population (300...

Babybangz

In a documentary by Juliana Kasumu, a group of Black women gathers at Babybangz salon to discuss natural hair, the impact of gentrification in New Orleans, and their personal journeys toward self-love. Director and Producer By: Juliana Kasumu...

9th Annual Houston AfriFEST – a Festival of African Arts, Culture and Entertainment

HOUSTON, TEXAS – Houston, the most diverse city in the U.S. will again take center stage as it pays tribute to the continent of Africa. On Saturday, October 22, 2022 the Nigerian American Multicultural Council (NAMC) will host its 9th annual...

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