AFRICAN SPIRITUALITY

AFRICAN SPIRITUALITY

  • They’re So Hot Right Now – Young African Artists You Need to Know! 08 Sep 2020 11:33 Africa.com Africa’s art landscape is packed with tremendously talented artists who are gaining prominence locally and abroad. From Ghana to Kenya, Mozambique to Egypt, there’s a generation of painters, sculptors, photographers, and installation artists whose work …
  • Watch Life Go by on the Nile River in Egypt 23 Aug 2020 13:31 Creators By Glenda Winders Historians are divided as to whether Cleopatra really sailed on a barge on the Nile, but if she didn't she really should have. She would have been missing a scenic adventure like no other as well as an understanding of why this river …
  • Is it really Jab Jab or fertility worship in disguise? 10 Aug 2020 22:41 Now Grenada by Curlan Campbell Is the portrayal of the Jab Jab really about celebrating our freedom from chattel slavery, or is there a far more ancient significance to this portrayal? My research has shown me a different perspective on what the Jab Jab can represent. …
  • Beyonce 'Black Is King' Costume Designer Interview - Hollywood Reporter 05 Aug 2020 20:58 Google News Zerina Akers is surrounded by flowers.  It's Monday morning, and the world had the weekend to digest the Disney+ debut of Beyoncé's Black Is King, the visual album that serves as the companion piece to her music release, The Lion King: The Gift. …
  • Religious intolerance 25 Jul 2020 07:31 Stabroek News The demonization of religious and spiritual practices has a long history. Slavery, colonization, and man’s incapability or refusal to embrace and appreciate the practices of other cultures, contribute to this. Though society appears to be largely tolerant, …
  • We breathe together 12 Jun 2020 20:37 National Catholic Reporter Detail of "Black Lives Matter,  Las Vidas Negras Importan" mural by Pilsen artist  Pablo Serrano located at 5 Rabbit Cervecería in Chicago.  (Provided photo)  Once again, as the contributors to Theology en la Plaza, we choose to write en conjunto …
  • Six Black-Owned Small Jewelry Businesses To Support Right Now 11 Jun 2020 21:01 Forbes A bold salt and pepper diamond ring by Valerie Madison Courtesy of Valerie Madison The movement for racial justice triggered by the murder of George Floyd continues to rock cities around the world, led by communities of color that have already borne the …
  • As French Museums Reopen, an Exhibit on Beliefs in Africa is Back  03 Jun 2020 17:10 Voice of America PARIS - The coronavirus has upended the world’s artistic scene, delaying major events such as Africa2020 in France, designed to showcase African art, science and technology. But as French museums begin reopening this week, one exhibit is back on track.     …
  • COVID-19: Time To Go Madagascar By Festus Adedayo 10 May 2020 16:53 Sahara Reporters Like many other societies in the world, Africa boasts of a past that is ambivalent, a mixture of the good, the bad and the ugly. She had villains, despots, tyrants, developmental leaders and all sorts as rulers. As she had a ruthless hero in leader of the …
  • Washington Is a Storm, One Piece of Art Can Be Your Anchor 25 Jan 2020 00:27 Washington City Paper "Among the Sierra Nevada, California" by Albert Bierstadt, 1868Photos by Darrow Montgomery President Barack Obama’s first inauguration was a blisteringly cold day for the District of Columbia. Millions of Americans braved below-freezing …

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