View profile

We Gon' Be Alright!

While International Women's Day may be over, we are still celebrating the awesomeness that is the Afr
The Mojisola Report
We Gon' Be Alright!
By The Afropole • Issue #61 • View online
While International Women’s Day may be over, we are still celebrating the awesomeness that is the Afro-diasporan woman, her creativity, her mind, and her goals. This brings us to the broader perspective of what it means to come together and support one another in a time of crisis. To keep thriving, we must collectively be each other’s keeper.
 In light of the CoronaVirus epidemic, the team at Afropole, ask that all our subscribers adhere to safety measures proposed by the World Health Organization and keep calm.
And in the words of a renowned wordsmith,
“We Gon’ Be Alright!”

Lucille Slade Isn't Trying to Stay In One Lane -She's Coming For It All
Hey Zambia: There's a New Zamrock Anthology On the Way
For the First Time in History, An American Airlines Flight has All-Jamaican Crew
Anansesem Founder, Summer Edward, Starts a New Chapter
Why Are Folks Still Telling Women To Smile? Artist Tatyana Fazlalizadeh Unapologetically Calls Out This Issue In Her New Book
Watch Nigerian-American Rapper, Chika, Grace NPR's Tiny Desk
ESSENCE Fashion House Carves Out An Elevated Space For Black Fashion Creatives To Thrive
Remote Work Is How Tech Companies Can Increase Diversity
Nicole Martinez: "My Goal is to Bring Awareness That Black Women in Tech, Are Here"
Did you enjoy this issue?
The Afropole

The Mojisola Report is a weekly newsletter highlighting African and Afrodiasporan business and innovation news in the food, beauty and creative industries.

If you don't want these updates anymore, please unsubscribe here.
If you were forwarded this newsletter and you like it, you can subscribe here.
Powered by Revue