Modern day superheroes based on ancient West African deities called Orishas. That's the concept director Nosa Igbinedion and producer Joy Gharoro-Akpojoto are working on for their upcoming movie 'Oya: Rise of the Orisha'.
To learn how you can support the project, visit http://www.oyariseoftheorishamovie.com/ and…
Hi guys, we'd like to tell you about this exciting project in Ethiopia called Girl Power Skate Club. It was created by an organization we already told you about: The Ethiopian Skateboard Park project, "a children's development project group devoted to the development of co-educational learning facilities for street children in Ethiopia…Continue
Be proud of who you are! More voices from the LGBT/queer community: Identity is a big component of who we are, how we define ourselves. Some of us stick to a label, others refuse to be put in a category, some want to create their own category! Self-decribed "filmmaker/vagabond/queer enthusiast" Niq Lewis from Brooklyn tells us about her new project: "The 'i am ______' Project, which is a series of interviews asking queer New Yorkers to come out & identify themselves (or not)…Continue
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The Ethiopian Skateboard Park Project projects nothing of a simplistic local business idea that’s mingling being tossed around but rather a dream that truly blossomed into something that classifies modern , successful partnerships. There’s a specific reason why the members of the Community choose to highlight this organization with great purpose. Maybe it’s the way Afro-punk has vibrant contributors from all over the world choosing to engage in one big circle of life together…Continue