• Excuse your privilege, madam

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  • N.E.R.D New Album Featuring Kendrick, André 3000, M.I.A., More

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  • How I rekindled with hiphop by watching the women of Love & Hip Hop

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  • THE SEARCH FOR AFRICAN COUNTRIES ON SPOTIFY

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  • Embracing and Celebrating Coily Hair

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  • International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination

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  • 10 OF OUR FAVOURITE PEOPLE YOU NEED TO FOLLOW

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  • HEATHER AGYEPONG IS YOUR NEW FAVOURITE VISUAL ARTIST

    Get a little inside scoop of your new favourite photographer.

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  • GHANA IS TAKING OVER THE WORLD

    Read Delasi's interview with M.anifest about the music industry in Ghana.

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BILL COSBY GOT ME MAD

Dear Facebook, Instagram, Twitter etc etc (male) friends,

I feel like I needed to say this. So please read carefully: NO! Cosby does not have and will never have my vote or support, ever again. However, I will forever appreciate what he did as the character Mr Huxtable. The show, the writers and the character he played were responsible for the positive perception of black lives and families on TV, but lets separate the character from the actor. He was not, is not and never will be Mr Huxtable like Harrison Ford isn’t Han solo (although we would like to be believe he is ;)). Like most of us, Mr Cosby has his own life and we do not know what he does when he comes home from his job…

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A LETTER TO A FRIEND…

Alkebulan has had some negative feedback because we support our dear friend Tofik Dibi for being who he is and will always be. We were both surprised and hurt because of this. Best way to get over the hurt is to write it down. So Naoual did just that. Read her heartfelt words to a dear and now old friend… 

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HEATHER AGYEPONG IS YOUR NEW FAVOURITE VISUAL ARTIST

While we were roaming the web looking for talented people for volume 1 of the Alkebulan bookseries, we came across this beautiful series of photographs by Heather Agypong. We had to interview her. After numerous of failed attempts to meet up through Skype, phonecalls and even trying to meet up in her homecity, we finally got both of our busy schedules to work. We talked about her work and her connection to Africa. Get a little inside scoop of your new favourite photographer.

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