Monthly Archives: October 2019

Children’s museum of African culture opens in Pimlico

“It’s the door back,” says Esther Armstrong, directing a visitor to something remarkable happening in Baltimore’s Lower Park Heights-Pimlico neighborhood. Around a bend, she explains: “As soon as you come here, you have arrived on the African continent. Before us is a sunny hall filled with artifacts from pre-colonial Africa …

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10 Best Luxury Hotels in West Africa You Must Visit

For a developing region like West Africa, luxury has a cost; although it may be a little pricey, it’s fair to conclude that every ounce of money spent is worth it. The current niche is sophistication, and every hotel development or management consciously follows the path to be relevant and …

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African culture, made in China

Dakar, Senegal is the bustling center of French-speaking West Africa. For more than 500 years, it thrived as a cultural and commercial center without resorting to fanciful, man-made attractions. That started to change in 2006, when then-President Abdoulaye Wade commissioned a North Korean state-owned company to build the African Renaissance …

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Duniya Dance and Drum Company celebrates African culture – Scot Scoop News

Communities of all colors came together to celebrate culture and diversity on Sunday afternoon. With various dances and music from Guinea to Punjab, the Duniya Dance and Drum Company hosted the African Arts Festival at the Jerry Garcia Amphitheater in San Francisco. Formed in April 2007, the Duniya Dance and …

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