Global anti-racism movements, such as Black Lives Matter, have compelled the United Kingdom to reconsider its contentious colonial past, from museum collections and public monuments to history education in schools. The V&A was founded in 1852, as Britain expanded its global empire under Queen Victoria, including in Africa in the decades that followed. Checinska, on the other hand, claimed that African creativity had been "largely excluded or misrepresented in the museum, owing to the historic division between art and ethnographic ...Read More
With its difficult confined dirt roads, breathtaking picture-postcard landscape, and exotic animals, the classic Safari Rally has developed to meet the current WRC. Competitors should be prepared for rugged, rutted terrain as well as unpredictably changing weather that could turn dry, dusty routes into sticky mud pits.Read More
African Fashion: David Ochieng, A Kenyan Fashion Designer, Uses Fashion To Make A Positive Impact On Kenyan Communities.
"Paying school fees to the poor is a type of therapy for me," Ochieng explained. "It feels like I'm healing the younger version of myself." He also sews school clothes for Kibera's poor pupils. So far, Ochieng has given out 786 uniforms to students from various schools. The process begins with the identification of the recipients, in which he goes to schools at random and looks for students who have tattered uniforms and provides them with new ones. With gratitude, Ochieng ...Read More
"Our father's words of wisdom and advise shape who we are. They instill in us the confidence to confront both the good and the terrible in our lives. We invite everyone who has been inspired by a parent or father figure to share their story as a brand because fathers deserve respect and gratitude." "Mr. Helaine threw in his two cents' worth. Glenmorangie encourages you to raise a glass and participate in the discourse by sharing your favorite memories of ...Read More
"Despite Africa's creative center of outstanding fashion designers, the lack of effective channels to drive sales is limiting designers' growth potential." Fashion items are always in demand in Nigeria, from statement pieces to everyday items, but getting products into the hands of consumers has proven difficult, according to Ajose-Adeyemi.Read More