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From fake drugs in Nigeria, a thankless task of taking care of cocoa trees in Ghana and Kaepernick he
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Black to Basics
By The Afropole • Issue #1 • View online
From fake drugs in Nigeria, a thankless task of taking care of cocoa trees in Ghana and Kaepernick helping Nike cash in despite a burning backlash, betting on black has always been a profitable venture— and we are glad to see black people finally benefiting as well.

While Fake News rages on, Fake Drugs have met their match: Nwakah's Hi-Tech connects Nigerians with the
100K Africans Die From Fake Meds Each Year. Can She Save Them? | Rising Stars | OZY
Once you go Black: Kaepernick's 31% sales boost since Nike ad storm.
Nike Sales Increase 31% After Kaepernick Ad Despite Backlash | Time
Is African Fashion Ready for the celeb Jelly?
Beyonce, Theresa May, Michelle Obama get into African fashion — Quartz Africa
In love with the Cocoa- How land reform in Ghana is helping the Cocoa Market
Aging cocoa trees provide opportunity for agricultural reform in Ghana - CSMonitor.com
We get even on Ebay, how black businesses on Ebay are getting their due.
EBay Levels Playing Field for Black Businesses — CultureBanx
Pan African Celebration of Caribbean Culture
International actors happy to bring Caribbean history to big screen – Repeating Islands
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I know you missed us! We were busy with the #onenightaccra event w/ @HSE_III (click the hashtag for highlights) but we are back on course with this weeks #MojisolaReport. Lot's of goodies from across the #africandiaspora. Check it out! & remember, #sharingiscaring 💕 #2018TMR07 https://t.co/5P1aKu12cx
8:01 PM - 26 Apr 2018
On August 26, 2018, we held an event in Washington DC entitled "Girl Gone Global". This was an evening of discussion, networking and celebration of women who have started businesses with the world in mind. They are spreading Afrodisaporan cultural elements, while building internationally competitive brands. The women who spoke were: Priscilla Addison Co-founder of 57 Chocolate Shermica Farquhar Founder of Soka Tribe by Sokanista tameshia ridge Founder of Munu Wellness and Travel Services Moderated by Amma Aboagye Founding Curator of The Afropole There was also a Pop- Up done in partnership with The Shop Accra by Eyetsa featuring HelloKaeme and other brands.
On August 26, 2018, we held an event in Washington DC entitled "Girl Gone Global". This was an evening of discussion, networking and celebration of women who have started businesses with the world in mind. They are spreading Afrodisaporan cultural elements, while building internationally competitive brands. The women who spoke were: Priscilla Addison Co-founder of 57 Chocolate Shermica Farquhar Founder of Soka Tribe by Sokanista tameshia ridge Founder of Munu Wellness and Travel Services Moderated by Amma Aboagye Founding Curator of The Afropole There was also a Pop- Up done in partnership with The Shop Accra by Eyetsa featuring HelloKaeme and other brands.
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