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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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On the Purple Couch with Bahia Akerele

On the Purple Couch with Bahia Akerele

| March 7, 2013 | 3 Comments

Bahia Akerele is a wife, a mother, and a budding entrepreneur. And she doesn’t hesitate to share exactly which of these roles is most important to her. Her deep desire to be a focused mother to her young son is what led her to set up shop in one of Washington, DC Metro Area’s busy […]

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Join Afrikan Goddess Twitter Tea Fete on March 23, 2013 and Win A Croc Handbag by Iman

Join Afrikan Goddess Twitter Tea Fete on March 23, 2013 and Win A Croc Handbag by Iman

| March 7, 2013 | 0 Comments

Join Afrikan Goddess Magazine publisher and editor, N. Amma Twum-Baah on Twitter for a live feed discussion about Afrikan Goddess Magazine, you, and your relationship with Afrikan Goddess Magazine. Come and let’s get to know one another over a cup of tea and great conversation. You may ask me anything related to Afrikan Goddess Magazine […]

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Celebrating Black History Month

Celebrating Black History Month

| February 11, 2013 | 0 Comments

February is Black History Month! The event formerly known as Negro History Week is now an event celebrated every February in the U.S. It was founded in 1926 by Carter G. Woodson, an African-American historian who saw the need for the celebration of African-American history. Before then, African Americans were hardly mentioned in history books. […]

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African Romance Writers Speak Candidly About Life, Reality and Romance

African Romance Writers Speak Candidly About Life, Reality and Romance

| February 11, 2013 | 2 Comments

Curled up on my twin-sized bed, between the pink and lavender patterned crochet quilt, my mind wandered to a far-away place filled with romance and all the beautiful things it promised. I was about eight years-old. When I was nine, I wrote my first unpublished novel. Of course, there was a knight in shining armor, […]

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“Nothing Comes Close” makes the list of Africa Book Club Best Books of 2012

“Nothing Comes Close” makes the list of Africa Book Club Best Books of 2012

| February 8, 2013 | 0 Comments

Nothing Comes Close (by Tolulope Popoola) published by Accomplish Press in November 2012, has been featured in a list of best books by African writers in 2012. Africa Book Club compiled the list based on the books they read and reviewed in 2012. Debut novel “Nothing Comes Close” written by Tolulope Popoola and published by Accomplish Press has been featured on […]

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Valentine’s Day Giveaway

Valentine’s Day Giveaway

| February 5, 2013 | 0 Comments

Click this link to visit the February Style article featuring an interview with the gorgeous and talented designer behind Fulani. How to Enter: Simply leave a comment (and include your correct email address) for a chance to win!!! AG MagazineAFRIKAN GODDESS MAGAZINE is a subsidiary of Afrikan Goddess Media, LLC. Our content is designed with […]

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Jeannette Kagame: First Lady of Rwanda

Jeannette Kagame: First Lady of Rwanda

| February 4, 2013 | 0 Comments

It’s been eleven series since we first featured our first African First Lady at the beginning of 2012. Since then, we have garnered quite an impressive list of stories into the private and public lives of some of Africa’s most powerful women, including the causes that are dear to their hearts.  What we have found […]

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Fulani Handbags: Blending Travel and Culture with Art for Something Uniquely Beautiful

Fulani Handbags: Blending Travel and Culture with Art for Something Uniquely Beautiful

| February 3, 2013 | 13 Comments

   Souadou Barry always knew she wanted to design and create. Having grown up around the Arts, she was influenced in that way from a very early age. So it was no surprise when she decided to study architecture in France, and later in the US. However, the art in architecture would prove to take […]

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Twitter Love on the Rise

Twitter Love on the Rise

| February 1, 2013 | 5 Comments

Finding love online these days is nothing new, or even alarming. When my friend Trisha confided in me the other day that she met her husband, Eric, on Twitter, I simply laughed and said “me too.”  The only alarming thing about our shared love experiences is that neither one of us went looking for love […]

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African Romance Writers Speak Candidly About Life, Reality and Romance – Lara Daniels

African Romance Writers Speak Candidly About Life, Reality and Romance – Lara Daniels

| February 1, 2013 | 1 Comment

Lara Daniels, as a writer, has one of the most intriguing and imaginative minds of any African author I’ve read. I had the pleasure of reviewing her second novel, Love at Dawn, and have followed her writing on her blog over the last two years or so. Lara brings such emotion and suspense to her […]

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