In his debut book Malcolm Gladwell defines the tipping point as “the moment of critical mass, the threshold, and the boiling point”. His book, aptly named The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference seeks to explain and describe the mysterious sociological
NEW YORK, November 1, 2017 – The Applause Africa announced today that the multi-talented, celebrity reporter and host of ESSENCE Now, Makho Ndlovu and acclaimed comedian and actor, NaMÓ will host the 7th Annual African Diaspora Awards at the French Institute Alliance Française (FIAF)
Yes, it's the “largest annual international event held in the United States.” Its the annual gathering of heads of state, thought leaders, civil society members, development professionals and other industry personalities in New York for the United Nations General Assembly and other meetings.
Applause Africa’s African Diaspora Awards joins the global community in foster awareness of unity and promoting harmonious relations among disapora communities in United State and Africa. Finding ways of coordinating our efforts to a sense of being part of something greater than just our own
Fresh off of the critical acclaim of his debut album “Suitcase” Afro-Soul Queen Aramide is set to kick off a robust North American tour with a special appearance in New York City.
The tour, set to kick off next weekend at Sounds of Brazil (SOB), marks
Our journey began 15 years ago when we crossed paths for the first time in Abuja. My big Uncles; Prof. Layi Erinosho and Prof. Femi Odekunle informed me that yet another of their many Professor friends/colleagues was in town, and as usual, I was to
Modern day Pan-Africanism, for the most part, has been synonymous with afrocentrism, and it’s been taking the West, especially the U.S. and U.K., by storm. From Wizkid’s “Closer” featuring rapper Drake rising through the charts, to people of every background donning African-print clothing and accessories
There is something powerful about women who come together to empower, share, and learn from each other. She Leads Africa electrified Washington, D.C. for a weekend doing that and more. The room felt intimate as a wealth of information was given and meaningful networking took
Like most Nigerians, growing up in Lagos meant I had very little knowledge of, or exposure to, the rest of the country, not to speak of the rest of the continent. Luckily, I had some family in the north of the country that
Accelerating private sector action to create jobs in key sectors to promote business growth and absorb the millions of African young people entering the workforce in Africa topped the agenda of the Initiative for Global Development’s Frontier 100 Forum, held on May 5-6, 2017, in