Heroes: Black Philadelphia Icons | Philadelphia Magazine Six deeply personal essays by Philadelphia African-American writers about figures in the city’s history who deserve much wider acclaim — not to mention statues — in our hometown.

Six deeply personal essays by Philadelphia African-American writers about figures in the city’s history who deserve much wider acclaim — not to mention statues — in our hometown.
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Start-Up Answers the Call to Bring High-End Designers from the African Diaspora to the Masses | Atlanta Black Star You would be hard-pressed to find a luxury designer brand like Tommy Hilfiger, Ralph Lauren or Calvin Klein that caters to the African diasporic experience.

You would be hard-pressed to find a luxury designer brand like Tommy Hilfiger, Ralph Lauren or Calvin Klein that caters to the African diasporic experience.

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#Goals: Teddy Ondo Ella Is the Menswear Designer Bringing Gabonese Culture to the World | OkayAfrica During the month of August, we’ll be highlighting aspirational folks who are setting major #goals and achieving them, and asking them to share their stories and insight to help motivate us all to “live our best lives.”

During the month of August, we’ll be highlighting aspirational folks who are setting major #goals and achieving them, and asking them to share their stories and insight to help motivate us all to “live our best lives.”

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NextGen: Isaiah Wakoli’s Stimulating Art Is Inspired by Color’s Interaction with Human Behavior | OkayAfrica DIASPORA—Over the course of July we’ll be publishing short profiles, essays and interviews on the theme of “Afrofutures.” Together these stories will be a deep dive into the way African and diaspora thinkers, technologists and artists view a future for Africans in the world and outside of it.

DIASPORA—Over the course of July we’ll be publishing short profiles, essays and interviews on the theme of “Afrofutures.” Together these stories will be a deep dive into the way African and diaspora thinkers, technologists and artists view a future for Africans in the world and outside of it.

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In Conversation with Shantrelle P. Lewis on Her New Book Exploring the World of Black Dandyism – Okay Africa DIASPORA—The world of black dandyism and its continuous challenge of black masculinity through style are now pages you can flip through your fingers.

DIASPORA—The world of black dandyism and its continuous challenge of black masculinity through style are now pages you can flip through your fingers.

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