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AFRIKAN GODDESS MAGAZINE is a subsidiary of Afrikan Goddess Media, LLC. Our content is designed with the educated, professional, classy, charming and sassy African woman in mind. We encourage women to express their creativity and ideas through writing, and also serve as a platform for meaningful discussions and exchange of ideas.

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A Big and Hearty Thank You to Afrikan Goddess from Betty Makoni

| September 7, 2012 | 0 Comments

It was with a lot of excitement and joy that I watched this video posted on the web by founder and CEO of the Girl Child Network and the 2012 Goddess of the Year Award recipient, Betty Makoni. Thank you for your wonderful words. They mean a lot! AG MagazineAFRIKAN GODDESS MAGAZINE is a subsidiary of […]

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There is Always Light at the End of the Tunnel

There is Always Light at the End of the Tunnel

| September 7, 2012 | 0 Comments

Imagine you lose your very first job right out of college. It wouldn’t be such a bad situation if you had not colored your dreams of career success so bright, and predicted it would happen overnight, right? Wrong. We all have the right to dream big. And when those dreams don’t materialize the way we […]

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The Science of Style by Kilse Fashion

The Science of Style by Kilse Fashion

| September 7, 2012 | 0 Comments

Fashion design is about innovation, and various flows of creativity.  An industry that formerly sought influence from within its countries borders, now has grown into a global market. With the help of technology, the international fashion world is at your fingertips. This allows style seekers the opportunity to explore, connect, and shop at sites of creative […]

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Terrence J Slated to Co-Host on E! NEWS

Terrence J Slated to Co-Host on E! NEWS

| September 4, 2012 | 0 Comments

Former BET 106 & Park host, Terrence Jenkins will replace Ryan Seacrest as the co-host at E! News, alongside Giuliani Rancic beginning November 12, according to E! Entertainment News. Terrence Jenkins (popularly known as Terrence J) co-hosted the BET show for seven years before leaving to focus on his acting and journalism career. He recently […]

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When Friendships Fade

When Friendships Fade

| August 22, 2012 | 1 Comment

Growing up I couldn’t stand being around girls. They were whiny, ungrateful, emotional, selfish, back-stabbers and catty creatures. The boys on the other hand, they made me laugh, kept it real, made me feel important and special and were just downright protective. I loved hanging around them! Fast forward many years later, I’m in my […]

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Charity Water Promotes September 2012 Campaign to Commemorate Its Sixth Year Anniversary

Charity Water Promotes September 2012 Campaign to Commemorate Its Sixth Year Anniversary

| August 22, 2012 | 0 Comments

This September, Charity Water is celebrating its birthday by celebrating charity. And they’re doing so by making a big impact in Rwanda. The Rwandan people, who have overcome the darkest time in their history, and together, rebuilt their nation have partnered with Charity Water to provide clean water to everyone. Their goal is to raise […]

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Sylvie Maunga Mbanga: The Woman Saved to Save

Sylvie Maunga Mbanga: The Woman Saved to Save

| August 8, 2012 | 0 Comments

As much as I like to listen to (and read about) inspirational stories of sacrifice and selfless giving, nothing makes me happier than when I actually get to write an inspirational story of sacrifice and selfless giving. For the last 4 years I have committed myself to writing about the stories of women who have […]

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Define Your Relationship Before You Get Serious

Define Your Relationship Before You Get Serious

| August 7, 2012 | 0 Comments

When did this Become Part of our Culture? I decided to tackle the above issue this month because it is one that has (and continues to) plagued Ghanaian women in the Diaspora whether we are aware of it or not. In conversations with girlfriends, readers and acquaintances, it seems that along with our acquired cultural […]

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Miss Sierra Leone USA: Meet Ruby B. Johnson-Kamara

Miss Sierra Leone USA: Meet Ruby B. Johnson-Kamara

| August 7, 2012 | 1 Comment

When I first met Ruby B. Johnson-Kamara in December 2011, it was to talk about her role as the founder and CEO of When You Believe Foundation. Little did either of us know that less than a year later the two of us would sit down again, in the same café, for another chat; only […]

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Bibi Invitations: Meet the Brains Behind these Classy and Elegant African Wedding Invitations

Bibi Invitations: Meet the Brains Behind these Classy and Elegant African Wedding Invitations

| August 4, 2012 | 2 Comments

One look at their vibrant wedding invitation cards and you’ll wish you could do it all over again. No, not the marriage; the wedding.  And for those who are yet to begin planning their BIG days, you’ll want to place an order of your very own Bibi Invitations anyway. Yes, they’re that gorgeous! Bibi Invitations […]

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