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Lolade is an author, techie and serial entrepreneur. She is an MA candidate at Yale University where she is pursuing research on immigration, cultural identity and social health.

Marcelo Beach Club Togo

On this day Togo celebrates its 56th anniversary of independence! Home to a population of seven million, Togo is one of the smallest and

Sierra Leone Indpendence GWB Commission 2016

Nobody does it quite like Sierra Leone when it comes to independence celebrations. In an unmatched effort, the DMV area, home to the highest


Priscilla Anany's debut film, 'Children of the Mountain' will premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival this weekend. A rare find, the film tackles the


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


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.


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


Sarkodie, one of the African Continent's most beloved musicians hangs with the Applause Africa team for a spell to talk to us about his


In Fifty, we meet a highly successful, chic power player whose daughter hates her; a super-Christian party-planner keeping a deadly secret from a husband


As we thrive we must thrive with our struggles intertwined. #BRINGBACKOURBLACKLIVES