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On Global Blackness

If you speak to Africans and Afrodiasporans outside of the US, one thing is clear: they are looking f
The Mojisola Report
On Global Blackness
By The Afropole • Issue #5 • View online
If you speak to Africans and Afrodiasporans outside of the US, one thing is clear: they are looking for ways in which their unique experiences as black people in Europe, Asia and, yes, even in Africa, can also be celebrated and brought to the fore. Whether it’s restaurants, festivals or businesses, there’s room for all of us to learn from our varied experiences and gain new perspective on what it means to build black all over the world. Get inside this issue and pass it on, after all, #sharingiscaring.

Eating Your Way Through Europe While Building Black Wealth
The Black-Owned Restaurants You Need To Try In Europe - Travel Noire
Nudes for Everyone!
"I Pray... Nubian Skin Will Be The Go-To Brand." | Black Ballad
Black History v. Diversity Month in the UK
Should we change or abandon Black History Month?
Black Artists, Get Your Coin!
How This Entrepreneur’s Online Platform Is Increasing The Reach Of Black Artists And Helping Them Make Money | BLAVITY
Building A Successful Agrobusines in Africa: A Thread
People often wonder how to build a successful agrobusiness on the continent. This area is ripe with opportunity but there is limited information readily available to folks looking to get into the space. This thread shows how access to capital and supportive government programs work together to help you build a thriving agrobusiness.
Moussa Traoré
Deep experience day with my dear .@ayinbora smart founder of @GroitalFarms grew from 0.5 to 35ha in 4years, 27 staffs, 12 permanent. 50k plants/ha, assets of 1,6m plants for $800k. ROI is 53%, yearly operational cost is $30k. Market contract of 20 tons/month he can 5-10tons...... https://t.co/j17aPn56Pi
4:49 AM - 4 Nov 2018
Black Girl Fest is Over, Here's What You Missed!
Nicole Crentsil and Paula Akpan are the Founding Directors of Black Girl Festival, the UK’s first festival celebrating Black British women and girls. October 27th they held their 2nd annual celebration of British Black Women and it was lit. Check it out!
Dazed
12:01 AM - 30 Oct 2018
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