This looks like it's going to be really good. If you are in the area it could be fun!
Sunday June 25, 13:30 - 14:30h and again at 18:30 - 19:00h
Sunday July 23, 13:30 - 14:00h and 18:30-19:00h
Wednesday August 23, 13:30 - 14:00h and 18:30-19:00h
The Schomburg Center in New York had a very interesting Black Comic Book Festival this year in January. You can watch the lively debates and panel sessions. I enjoyed many of them and they provide an insight to issues within the industry and what fans are looking for.
Instagram is an awesome way to share experiences and moments in time. We've pulled together some of our favourite Instagram accounts that depicts life all across Africa
African based media platform that provides information and stories that shows the day to day experience of people of the Africa Diaspora.
Check out Africa
CheckoutAfrica intends to promote the culture, fashion, entertainment, travel diaries, lifestyle and talent development of beautiful Africa.
Taste For Africa
Taste of Africa revolves around a food truck that tours different parts of Africa giving away food to people in different local communities.
Everyday Africa is a collective of photographers that seeks to represent an authentic depiction of daily every day life across the African continent.
Africa Show Boy
Photographer, blogger and poet Nana Kofi Acquah weaves an elaborate picture of life in Ghana through his camera lens.
Brazil has the biggest black African diaspora outside of Africa. Now, when it comes to children’s media there is very little reflection of this fact. As we are based in Nigeria we didn’t really have any idea just how bad the situation was. That is until we were approached by several English speaking Brazilian fans of Bino & Fino asking if there was a Portuguese version of the show.
Kente cloth is a type of silk and cotton fabric made of interwoven cloth strip and is native to the Akan tribe of South Ghana. It is normally worn by royalty in times of extreme importance and was the cloth of Kings.
Legend has it that the art of Kente weaving was born after a couple of boys from the village of Bonwire got weaving lessons from Anasi the spider.
As a popular symbol of African culture around the world, Kente is identified by its dazzling, multicolored patterns of bright colours, geometric shapes, and bold designs.
Check out these links for Kente art making for kids :)
2015 was a really awesome year. We discovered some really great things that are helping to nurture young minds. After a lot of thinking we've compiled our favorite 5 posts of 2015.
Cultural dances play a huge role in African societies. These dance forms are used to teach moral values, social etiquette and to help people mature and celebrate members of the community while celebrating festivals and other occasions.