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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

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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)

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  There are two things that undeniably bring people together- food and music. New York Africa Restaurant Week (NYARW) is looking to bring everyone together with food, and some music too. During October 1- 22, in New York City, the African community and others can explore

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The inaugural Pan African “Party with a Purpose” event took place Wednesday, September 20, at Ambrosia’s Kitchen, located in Old City, Philadelphia where the themes of bridging the gap” of understanding and leadership between Pan African cultures within the African Diaspora blossomed.     This cultivated a sense

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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. The UNGA

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Every episode of Insecure is jam packed with great moments that have us laughing, gasping, holding your breath, and in your feelings by the end. As we watch the second to last episode perfectly titled Hella Disrespect I thought I’d break down some of the

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As the sun disappeared in the horizon and dusk fell over Brooklyn, the crowd that gathered at the foot of one of the largest stages at Afropunk began to move to a hypnotic tune. Festival goers clad in some of the most fashion-forward outfits were

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