Claudine is a 1974 American film, produced by Third World Films and distributed by 20th Century Fox. Starring James Earl Jones, Diahann Carroll, and Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs, it is noted for being one of the few mainstream films, featuring an African-American cast released during that time, which was not a blaxploitation film. Continue Reading →
Street Style is a phenom, know one knows it better then Harlem – the place where street style was invented. The photographs from Africa’s Fashion Week 2015, goes from 70’s retro with cropped tops made for fun high-waist trousers, perfect for Marcus Samuelsson’s upcoming Thanksgiving Dinner in Harlem.. Continue Reading →
Some may have called it Harlem Braggadoccio. An entire weekend devoted to boasting the connection between Harlem and South Africa.
It’s been half a year since more than 200 female students were kidnapped from a school in Nigeria, and Harlem Alicia Keys is among the many demanding that the abductors “#BringBackOurGirlsNOW.”
African sister and Forbes contributor Farai Gundan reports on the best restaurants in Harlem, she said that, “I am an African. I am an African foodie. I am an African foodie in New York,” my remixed version of Sting’s classic song “Englishman in New York”.
The African Choir were a group of young South African singers that toured Britain between 1891 and 1893. Continue Reading →
This week, President Obama is welcoming some 50 African heads of state to Washington for the first-ever African Leaders Summit. Continue Reading →
China has a trade volume with the continent of $200 billion….
Nearly 50 heads of state are expected to attend the three-day event, which began on Monday. Continue Reading →
Mr. Mehmet Kilic and Ambassador HE Abdou Salam Diallo the Permanent Representative of the Republic of Senegal to the United Nations at a briefing on the Global Thematic Consultation on Education in the Post-2015 Development downtown Manhattan, NY.on Monday, June 16th, 2014
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Face2face Africa, the premier pan-African media company, will launch its three-day annual Pan-African Weekend (F2FA) in New York City on July 25-27. Continue Reading →
Chatting to fashion insiders here feels, in many ways, the same as anywhere else around the world. Nairobi’s power bloggers have moved to Instagram; local designers are troubled by cheap counterfeits; and the same laundry list of global celebrities reigns supreme from Mombasa to Lake Victoria. Continue Reading →