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The Oscars had nothing on the Wash Gala this weekend, as the glamour levels were fleeking out of control. Three hundred of the who’s who of the urban African Diaspora came together in impeccable style to raise money to transform the Continent in the most

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Obed Emvula, chairman of the government-run Namibia Film Commission, is the man responsible for getting Namibia’s name mentioned in the 2016 Oscars so frequently. He is also the writer and producer of the film Katutura, the biggest Namibian independent film to date.

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Happy 60th Independence Day to Tunisia! The North African country was invaded and colonized by the French in the late 1800's, but gained its independence March 20, 1956. The people of Tunisia have also won significant gains since the revolution of 2010--part of the 'Arab'

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Women like Winnie Mandela and Leymah Gbowee don't just happen. They are made by resistance and they are made by community. The women's equality movement on the Continent has resulted in the passing of several legislative changes protecting the rights of women as well as

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