President/CEO of United Nations NGO with a passion for justice takes long-standing role of convener, to the global stage to connect politically isolated populations of war, colonialism and enslavement to one another and provide space for them voice to their shared plight.
Group seeks to unravel the historical complexities of Indigenous and African people using the United States as a case study by dissecting the framework of colonialism, enslavement and the creation of race at a Parallel Event of the 60th Session of United Nation Commission on the Status of Women.
Black relationship experts launch MarryBlack.com, the best dating website for Black singles. MarryBlack.com offers Black singles dating choices, relationship coaching and expert advice.
Women of color have a new tool for ultimate decisions in beauty and wellness
With the growing number of refugees entering Europe, the European welfare states are being put under pressure. Oftentimes refugees are regarded as financial liabilities for the destination countries. However, entrepreneurship has shown successful as a facilitator for social integration and in bridging the gab between different cultures.
The Rutgers University Art Library will display work by New Jersey artist, Ilya Genin from Monday, February 22nd through Thursday March 31st. Renowned for beautiful and provocative photos and collages of present day Cuba, Genin probes essential questions about collisions between African and Spanish cultures, capitalism and communism, religion and sexual independence, and necessity and principle. Thanks to recent political changes, Genin's work is imbued with greater significance.
Kumbh Mela in Ujjain (Simhastha)
After every three years one of these cities gets to hold the Kumbh, thus each one getting the chance to hold the next Kumbh after 12 years. The next Kumbh at Ujjain will take place in the year 2016, and the Kumbh at Ujjain is called as Simhastha.
Yowa Events, LLC is hosting a premiere and unique event — Afropolitans United.
blackSTORY films releases its short film dramedy about romance, race, and rent one year after launching its successful film festival run.
The author of "His PhD is in Hypocrisy…And Other Poems about My Crappy Ex-Boyfriend" is giving away free copies of the book in hopes it can serve as a tool to help reduce fears of the Muslim community. The memoir details the author's real-life relationship with her Muslim ex-boyfriend, and how the ill-fated romance helped her to battle her own Islamophobia after the September 11th attacks.