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Whose culture is it anyway?

We hear a lot about representing the culture, but how to do that doesn't always come easily to us. It
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Whose culture is it anyway?
By The Afropole • Issue #32 • View online
We hear a lot about representing the culture, but how to do that doesn’t always come easily to us. It’s normal to be at a loss about how to plug in. Not feeling like a part of the black girl magic? Not inspired to start ideas that connects with the community? Check out how these black leaders have done just that and much more!

Meet the Dadpreneur Whose Puzzle Company Inspires Black Children All Over the World
Author and Activist Mahogany L. Browne Channels #BlackGirlMagic To Inspire Readers To Find Their Own Magic
5 Ways To Support Black Culture In 2019
Beyoncé's Stylist Ty Hunter Shares How He Has Had Longevity In The Game
Despite Challenges, Baltimore Is a Hotbed of Black Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Black Founder Creates Meditation App for People of Color
His Name’s Not Jack, But He’s Finding Business Success with Beans
Couple Opens One of the First Black-Owned Cancer Center in the United States
Nigeria’s largest mobile operator is about to become a bank
Saint Lucia Has a “Worry-Free” Vacation Guarantee
“In 1968, she founded the Afro-Boricua El Coqui Theater, which was recognized by the Panamerican Association of the New World Festival as the most important authority of Black Puerto Rican culture.”

📸: Sylvia del Villard Moreno.

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