Monthly Archives: February 2021

Business ambassadors hail Qatari company initiative to develop African communities in Qatar

An initiative to develop African communities in Qatar through a collaboration between a Qatari company and seven embassies is gaining momentum among community leaders who have been appointed “business ambassadors”.The ‘Ta3araf’ initiative, a program that aims to raise awareness of Qatar in every community, is a collaboration between KON Group …

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African culture and cuisine on display at the Motherland tasting

On Sunday February 21, there was a private tasting at Tucker which had some unique twists! First, this invitation-only tasting showcased African cuisine from every region of the continent. Second, the master chef is a black man who owns a culinary school! Daryl Shular is the owner of the Shular …

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Ólàjú expands awareness of African culture and identity with a focus on powerful photography | Art Stories and Interviews | San Antonio

Click to enlarge Wandile Xaba My Ancestor, the SerpentWandile Xaba After earning his undergraduate degree in International Business from UTSA in 2011, Femi Ogunleye returned to Nigeria, where his family is from, to deepen his connection to its culture and heritage. As part of this immersion, …

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“Shattering Perspectives” on African Culture through Ceramics – The Rocky Mountain Collegian

Pottery at the Gregory Allicar Museum of Art in the Shattering Perspectives exhibition on February 19. (Max Hogan | Collegian) The history of art is complex, one that reflects the interactions between cultures and the evolution of societies over time. A dark history of racism and colonization looms over galleries …

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Breaking down myths about African culture

Aukram burton | Opinion contributor Let us pay homage to Mother Africa, Cradle of Humanity, as we celebrate African American History Month in the sixth year of celebration of International Decade for People of African Descent, proclaimed by the United Nations General Assembly (2015-2024). African culture is very poorly understood …

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