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Creatives of Color In High Demand

There's a never been a better time for diversity in the creative arts. It's been a long time coming f
The Mojisola Report
Creatives of Color In High Demand
By The Afropole • Issue #13 • View online
There’s a never been a better time for diversity in the creative arts. It’s been a long time coming for Africans and Afrodiasporans alike. As there continues to be more calls for better representation there’s an amazing influx of initiatives, [individually and collectively] designed to enable the movement! We are totally loving the response!
Two African sisters amplifying their culture through the love of food, Google extends support for podcasters of color, Adobe pushes for more visibility for black creatives and so much more in this issue! Get in to it, there might be something made just for you!

French Chef Rougui Dia and Her Sister Aminata to Open Le French in Denver | Westword
Nadine Hall tells her story through art | Flair | Jamaica Gleaner
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3 Progressive African Furniture Designers You Need To Know
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Content of (Color) is Queen!
Google is Looking for Podcasters and Creators of Color for 2019 - Black Enterprise
7 Ways To Build A Brand With The New Class Of Black Creatives
We're throwing a party!!!!!!!!!!!!
Well, more like a festival. We are hosting our first ever festival starting on Juneteenth and inviting Africans and Afrodiasporans to join us as we celebrate (West) African textiles. The festival will have exhibitions, demos, food, music, and the premiere of The Wax Print Film which captures the story of our famed “African prints”. Follow us on twitter, instagram and facebook for updates and if you are interested in sponsoring, check out this sponsorship deck.
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