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Cecil Rhodes, founder of De Beers Diamonds in South Africa, a celebrated imperialist and businessman, for whom the worlds most celebrated and prestigious scholarship, The Rhodes Scholarship, is named after, killed millions of blacks during and as the subsequent result of his reign of imperialistic terror on the continent. “Rhodes connived his way to wealth in a lawless frontier culture, then used that fortune to fund a private invasion of East Africa. He bought newspapers…Continue
'The Ghanaian Goldilocks' flips the classic fairy tale on it’s head with a gender and race-bent 'Goldilocks' named Kofi. Kofi, a black boy from Accra, Ghana, wears traditional kente cloth, has sun-lightened natural hair, and is affectionately referred by his friends and family as “Goldilocks”. 'The Ghanaian Goldilocks' seamlessly weaves West African culture and themes into this beautiful modern re-telling. "This book demonstrates that not only do black boys matter, but that…Continue
"Proudly Albino" is an awareness fashion event aimed at creating visibility and understanding of issues pertaining to albinism—specifically exclusionary issues and discrimination. “Proudly Albino” was hosted in Kinshasa, DRC last October. Check out some of the looks and models from the event!
Check out more pictures from the event right here!…