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This Afropoltian Life

An American life with African roots.

A blog that inspires Afropolitan women to live stylishly, adventurously, conscientiously, and confidently—by a woman who's trying to do the same. Read more
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“How could I allow you to grow up reading Greek classics, and watch you devour The Merchant of Venice and Romeo and Juliet, yet be ignorant of the lyrical, the romantic, and the tragic that have shaped us as Africans?” J. Nozipo Maraire, Zenzele: A letter to my Daughter

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No Longer at Ease: Change For Us by Us is the Only Way Forward [Podcast]

What happens when children of the diaspora want to affect change for good? We find a need and we fill it, but what are the challenges and rewards for such a feat? Liberian-American writer and children’s book publisher Wayetu Moore kicks it with us on the podcast and drops some knowledge on what it’ll take to affect lasting change. Listen and Subscribe on iTunes!

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