Since the proclamation of International Migrant’s Day in December 2000, the world has been celebrating the contributions of millions of migrants to their host and countries of origin each year on the 18th of December.
Awiyah in the Ghanaian Twi dialect means, ‘sun’ or sunshine.’ It is little wonder that our young Diasporan Personality is strong, dazzling, fierce and vibrant.
The journey of pregnancy and bringing forth life is supposed to be an exciting one that expectant parents look forward to. Regrettably, it is a time of sorrow for many mothers who mainly for financial reasons are unable to go home with their newborns. It is sad to know that for most of these women, mainly single parents or from underprivileged homes cannot even afford to buy food; an unfortunate…
Ya La’ford is a contemporary visual and installation Artist, Muralist and Professor whose works have been acclaimed globally for her creativity, innovation and ability to create spatial experiences. She is showcasing her collection at this year’s AfroSoul Exhibition currently ongoing until the 28th of February 2021. We are privileged to speak briefly with her about her work, exhibition and upcoming projects. About Ya La’ford’s work Speaking with Diaspora Digital News…
When it comes to contemporary African diaspora art, Oliver Enwonwu is a relevant household name not only in Nigeria but also on the global scene. In addition to being an artist, he is an author, publisher, thought leader and brand strategist.
Networking, Collaborations, Knowledge, Development and fine Surprises at the Wrap of Diaspora Flet 2020
“All is well that ends well.” In the month of November 2020, all attention was on the Albanian and Kosovo diaspora as they made their voices heard collectively in all areas of their country’s development from Advocacy, Diplomacy, Philanthropy, Human Capital, Education, Business and Investment.
Ludlow E. Bailey, the Global Cultural Curator bringing Contemporary African Diaspora Art into the spotlight
There are different ways in which people express cultural heritage in order to properly connect with their identities. In the case of Ludlow E. Bailey, he has been able to do it successfully through global Arts whilst impacting people positively with his extraordinary life.
For over a decade, Ludlow E. Bailey’s CADA International has brought industry players and stakeholders in the global art scene together each year to showcase the work of contemporary African Diaspora Artists. This year will be no different as the global audience gears up for two major Art events in December 2020.
For anyone who follows our reviews the names Commanders T and Liz, as well as Special Agents Anna and Serena are household names when it comes to the COVID-OPS series. Well, they are back to thrill patrons for the third time with “a kid’s guide to going back into the world.”
Evelyne Keoman is the Founder of The Karat School Project. After growing up in Ivory Coast, she moved to the US in 2006. From her personal experience, she believes that education is what makes the difference in breaking the cycle of poverty within societies.