Monday, May 23, 2022
Kerry James Marshall: Mastry, Photo by Rosa Menkman

The Blazing Business of Black Art

“Most of the galleries used to, uh, not take me serious, baggy pants, braids,” Swizz Beatz reflects on his art collecting experience in the...
H.E President Julius Maada Bio of Sierra Leone and Rt. Hon Dr. Ruhakana Rugunda, Prime Minister Emeritus and Special Envoy of Uganda at the Africa Blockchain Conference

Africa’s Quiet Crypto Revolution

It is impossible to talk about Africa’s quiet crypto revolution without bringing up diaspora remittance payments. Cryptocurrencies already play a tremendous role in cross-border...
Rehmah Kasule, Founder CEDA International

Black Muslim Women Rock!

Veiling & Shattering The Glass Ceiling I am part of a group that many people seem to think is shrouded in mystery. Yet for us...
Woman from the Banna indigenous people from Omo, Ethiopia. The Banna are semi-nomadic and known for keeping bees for wild honey. Photo by Rod Waddington

African Culture and Climate Change; Was Pre-colonial Africa Environmentally Conscious?

COP26, the United Nations' (UN) largest conference on climate change was attended by global leaders and some of the world’s wealthiest people. The irony was...
Fried Branzino with Coconut Sauce by Afro-Brazilian Chef Emme Ribeiro Collins; Champion of The Food Network's "Chopped" TV show, Photo by @stephforrer

The Diaspora Cuisine that Unites Us

For more than four centuries, food from every corner of the diaspora has fueled the labor that built the foundation of the United States....