The Evolution of the African Movie Industry
May 26, 2016 01:17PM ● By Frederick Robertson
African movies are changing the narrative of the African story. For the first time, other parts of the world are seeing Africans tell their own stories as their films are shown globally. They are having an impact on the continent and abroad.Read More »
African Genesis Institute: Educating By Experience
Mar 11, 2016 11:10AM
Ali and Helen Salahuddin saw the need to provide an avenue to educate young African Americans and Latinos in 1996, so they founded the African Genesis Institute. Their mission is "to teach African American and Latino youth, ages 7-14, their correct history concerning their ancestry and ancestral homes." It is also designed to build "the self-esteem of the students, improve their academic and financial literacy, promote a healthy lifestyle and encourage entrepreneurship."Read More »
Straddling Two Worlds In Search Of Who Am I?
Mar 10, 2016 04:36PM ● By Cheri Avery Black
Among our most important beliefs are those we hold about who we are, our values and what we can achieve. This is usually a challenging lifetime journey to find clarity of Self and then to follow through with continuity in our actions. The cultures or "roadmaps" in which we are raised and the cultures we find ourselves living in as children and adults have tremendous influences on our identity, often unconsciously.Read More »
Pope Francis Visits Philadelphia: What the people say!
Mar 10, 2016 04:30PM
By now you have no doubt heard the news that Pope Francis will make his first ever U.S. visit to Philadelphia during the 8th Annual World Co...Read More »