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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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African Diaspora Returns ‘Home’ to Claim its Place at the Top of the Pile

African Diaspora Returns ‘Home’ to Claim its Place at the Top of the Pile

| March 6, 2013 | 2 Comments

The continent may be rising but don’t fool yourself that going back will help anyone other than yourself Another day, another “Africa rising” type e-zine pings its way into my inbox. Just as my mouse picks it up and places it in its proper place in junk, my phone lights up with yet another Facebook […]

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Kenya sees huge election turnout but violence mostly limited to separatists

Kenya sees huge election turnout but violence mostly limited to separatists

| March 5, 2013 | 0 Comments

Uhuru Kenyatta leading rival Raila Odinga in early results but tight race could lead to runoff vote and rerun of 2007 clashes

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Style Inspired by Wanderlust

Style Inspired by Wanderlust

| March 4, 2013 | 2 Comments

Many people dream of traveling to far away places, visiting exotic cities and partaking of cultural rituals. However,  for one Toronto based fashion designer, the next step from wolfing in wanderlust is to create the experience as a fashionable medium. Corinne Monique’s designs are inspired by elements of nature and cultures she has yet to […]

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Urban Masala Offers Metropolitan Style

Urban Masala Offers Metropolitan Style

| March 4, 2013 | 0 Comments

New York Fashion Week represents a melting pot of conceptual fashion ideas shared not only in a country of mixed cultures, but the city itself has profoundly mixed cultural roots. This is why the fashion line Urban Masala is so apropos for metropolitan markets such as New York. Urban Masala, represents the mix of cultures […]

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Intimate Partner Violence: Women As Victims of Love

Intimate Partner Violence: Women As Victims of Love

| March 4, 2013 | 2 Comments

By Viviane Ifeoma in Lagos “It was a misunderstanding I had with my husband not violence, there was no violence between us, Azuka replied, when I told her I needed to write her story. Her experience is  a very peculiar one. She had no physical assault from her husband but from her brother-in -Law. Azuka’s […]

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ChickPea Cakes with Spicy Herb Sauce

ChickPea Cakes with Spicy Herb Sauce

| February 7, 2013 | 1 Comment

I saw this recipe on the Kitchenette Blog owned by Brittany and couldn’t resist sharing it. Head on over to Kitchenetteblog.com to view the full recipe, but first, here are the ingredients you’re going to need – INGREDIENTS: 2 (15 ounce) cans chickpeas, drained & rinsed scant 1/2 cup chickpea flour zest & juice of […]

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Love and Chocolate: Dark is Simply Better

Love and Chocolate: Dark is Simply Better

| February 3, 2013 | 1 Comment

February is an awesome month! It is the month of love and romance and all fuzzy feelings. There’s days all throughout the month of February to remind us to love parts of us. There’s Valentine’s Day, a day on which we celebrate our romantic loves. There’s Black History month – celebrated every day throughout the month of February. […]

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Your Rose is Trying to Tell You Something

Your Rose is Trying to Tell You Something

| February 3, 2013 | 0 Comments

Over the years, we have come to associate roses with romance. But did you know that a rose can make the perfect meaningful gift outside of being a simple romantic gesture? Red Roses Say: “I love you” of course. We all know that. Crimson red roses (or any other flower) represent respect, passion and beauty. […]

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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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