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An Ode to Black Love

It's February, so you know what that means? Black History Month. Over here at the Afropole, it is th
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An Ode to Black Love
By The Afropole • Issue #56 • View online

It’s February, so you know what that means? Black History Month. Over here at the Afropole, it is the celebration of all things awesome and black! Black culture, black food, black businesses, black kings and queens. This issue is dedicated to patting ourselves on the back for our small and big wins, for correcting history and claiming our spaces! That is BLACK LOVE.
Enjoy!

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Keep your February and March Calendars open!
Ghana Akwantuo
Upcoming trips/activities for February and March.

There’s a trip for everyone’s budget. Which ones are you signing up for? #Yenko https://t.co/I78E8c1R4I
Attention, Boss Ladies!
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#RT @theafropole: RT @jabdulai: Are you / do you know an exceptional emerging female leader aged 19-25 years in #Africa / #Diaspora? Apply for ⁦@MoremiAfrica⁩’s 2020 leadership initiative by February 28! Gain new skills, build your network and share … https://t.co/YHUQWiLxTI
Netflix Premieres “She Did That” Documentary Highlighting Black Women Entrepreneurs
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