Get a load of all the sauce Afro-diasporans are dripping around the globe this week. From breaking young children breaking through limits, spearheading science innovations, to women empowering other women, black people stay winning!
Dimakatso Gumede talks about being able to reprogram Stem Cells
Only a handful of people in South Africa have mastered Stem Cell reprogramming and Dimakatso Gumede is one of them.
Hershey, which is known for its iconic confectionery brands such as Reese’s, Jolly Rancher and Ice Breakers, has announced minority investments in two emerging snacking businesses: Irish protein bars maker Fulfil and Blue Strips LLC.
The submissions are open to people of color worldwide. We are Lions will be considering fiction, non-fiction and poetry for publication. The submission period will open in late May and last throughout the summer ending in early September.
Philadelphia is rich in Black culture, heritage and history. The tradition carries on in Philly’s array of Black-owned and -operated shops, restaurants, galleries and bars. Need some serious comics? Amalgam Comics & Coffeehouse. A made-to-measure suit with Super Bowl cred? Damari Savile. Place to spend the night? West Philadelphia’s Philly music-maker-themed Akwabaa Inn.
Can a Chinese import ever be authentically African?
Culture has many parents but no owners
If you attended the Wax Print Festival this year then you know this is a legit question asked time and time again. Culture is far less pure than we usually assume. It suggests that cultural objects can rarely be traced to a single source and that, as a result, no one can really claim ownership over anything. So the question we ask again is this? Should it matter?