Monthly Archives: March 2019

The very first children’s museum of African culture in the United States in Baltimore

Baltimore will host the first-ever Children’s Museum of African Culture and History in the United States, which will educate, inspire and connect the children of America to discover and experience the real Africa. Sankofa Children’s Museum of African Cultures was founded by Ghanaian immigrant Esther “Mama Kiki” Armstrong, who owns …

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‘CoMo Africa Fest’ gives students the chance to experience African culture firsthand | Education K-12

On Friday, students from Smithton Middle School gathered in the school gymnasium to learn about and experience African culture as part of the CoMo Africa Fest 2019. Ayodele, an African dance and drumming group from Chicago, and Kenya Ajanaku, a professional African storyteller from St. Louis, were invited to perform …

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New NBA league marks growing US influence in African cultural markets

The NBA announced last month that it would launch the Basketball African League (BAL), marking another step forward for American commercial influence in African markets. Why is this important: china development major infrastructure projects in Africa is often cited as evidence of the country’s dominance in its economic rivalry with …

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