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A Letter to My Hero: Dr. Miria R.K. Matembe

A Letter to My Hero: Dr. Miria R.K. Matembe

| April 30, 2013 | 0 Comments

Dear Hon. Dr. Miria R.K. Matembe, Today I reflect on that moment when I first had a touching encounter with your words in the 1990s. Politicians, activists …talk outrageous words and it is the usual. Your stern statement “Men are in possession of a potentially dangerous instrument which should be cut off unless it is […]

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Abortion refusal death: Hindu woman told Ireland ‘is a Catholic country’

Abortion refusal death: Hindu woman told Ireland ‘is a Catholic country’

| April 8, 2013 | 0 Comments

Savita Halappanavar’s husband asked hospital staff why Irish abortion law was being imposed on a Hindu couple, inquest told

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Mali becomes first African country to give away domain for free

Mali becomes first African country to give away domain for free

| April 8, 2013 | 0 Comments

Mali has announced its little known .ML domain will be free from July, a move it hopes will put the country on the map

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Rejuvinate Your Body Mind and Soul with Kate’s Organics

Rejuvinate Your Body Mind and Soul with Kate’s Organics

| March 26, 2013 | 0 Comments

Kate Kibarah was once the chubby girl who got called names in school. After losing the weight and gaining the confidence and admiration of numerous inquisitive minds, she set out to change the way Kenya and the rest of Africa thinks about their bodies and their eating habits. Meet Kate Kibarah, founder and CEO of […]

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Touring Zapphaire Events with Funke Bucknor-obruthe

Touring Zapphaire Events with Funke Bucknor-obruthe

| March 18, 2013 | 4 Comments

Funke Bucknor-obruthe went to school to become a lawyer. It’s what her parents wanted her to become, but she knew she was better at and passionate about something else. Her track record as a lawyer (four weeks in a law firm, a few months here and there dabbling in communications and advertising) is evidence that […]

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About the Love & Heritage Issue

About the Love & Heritage Issue

| March 12, 2013 | 0 Comments

“Reading your article stirred me to think deeper about the topic of self-love. Two things immediately came to mind: first, healthy self-love involves a personal journey of acceptance; and second, healthy self-love should ideally lead a person to want to share more love with others. Self-love is part of the process of learning to accept […]

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Anna Mwalagho: Women of the World (Official Video)

Anna Mwalagho: Women of the World (Official Video)

| March 11, 2013 | 0 Comments

AG MagazineAFRIKAN 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.More Posts – Website […]

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Rainatou Sow: Making Every Woman Count

Rainatou Sow: Making Every Woman Count

| March 11, 2013 | 0 Comments

At a time when many of us were oblivious to the sounds of our own voices, busy living our lives in youthful ignorance to the injustices that existed around us, Rainatou Sow was busy sowing the seeds of a powerful mission. Her activism began when she decided to teach evening classes to young girls in […]

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International Women’s Day: Why Should I Care?

International Women’s Day: Why Should I Care?

| March 8, 2013 | 0 Comments

This post was first published by N. Amma Twum-Baah for Ghanaweb.com on March 8, 2010. A friend asked me a couple of weeks ago if there was going to be a special AG issue celebrating International Women’s Day (IWD). Given the fact that AG is a publication dedicated to women, her inquisition was well placed. […]

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Wadada Leo Smith’s Landmark Civil Rights Tribute, Ten Freedom Summers, to be Presented in Concert May 2013

Wadada Leo Smith’s Landmark Civil Rights Tribute, Ten Freedom Summers, to be Presented in Concert May 2013

| March 8, 2013 | 0 Comments

“A stunning achievement, with the dramatic sweet of the trumpeter’s writing (for both a chamber orchestra and his own small group)… It merits comparison to Coltrane’s A Love Supreme in sobriety and reach.” – Francis Davis, Rhapsody Jazz Critics Poll Trumpeter, composer and musical innovator Wadada Leo Smith’s civil rights opus Ten Freedom Summers, released […]

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