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Actor Kofi Siriboe’s New Media Company Is An Ode To Black Culture | NewsOne

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Brandee Sanders, NewsOne

Actor Kofi Siriboe has used his artistry as a vessel to bring poignant stories that capture the essence of the Black experience to films and the small screen. The Queen Sugar star will continue to amplify diverse narratives through the creation of a new lifestyle media brand.

Siriboe’s new venture—dubbed We’re Not Kids Anymore—is a platform that will feature content intertwining education, entertainment and technology. Through the project, Siriboe and his collaborator Julian Lane will develop an array of content exploring cultural moments through a nostalgic lens; examining how the past, present and future are interconnected. The first creation launched under the We’re Not Kids Anymore umbrella is a project dubbed Timeline; an interactive digital portal that encompasses over 1,000 events that have occurred between the years of 2000 and 2020.

 

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