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Impact of News Media on the Consciousness of the Global African Diaspora

African Day, also known as African Liberation Day is the day where Africans across the world celebrate the hard-fought  freedom from colonial powers. On 25 May 1963, representatives of thirty African nations met in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, hosted by Emperor Haile Selassie. By then more than two-third of the continent had achieved independence, mostly from imperial European states. At this meeting, the then Organisation of African Unity (OAU) was founded, with the initial aim to encourage the decolonisation of Angola, Mozambique, South Africa, Namibia, and Southern Rhodesia (Zimbabwe). The organisation pledged to support the work conducted by freedom fighters, and remove military access to colonial nations. A charter was set out which sought to improve the living standards across member states. Emperor Selassie exclaimed, “May this convention of union last 1,000 years. Africa Day continues to be celebrated both in Africa and around the world, mostly on 25 May. 

 

In 2021 African communities across the world decided to come together to celebrate and commemorate African day on Clubhouse (CH) – an audio based social media platform. A 24 hours commemoration marathon will be hosted in the “African Day House” on CH. The event will bring together Africans residing in the continent and Africans in the rest of the world. Commemorations will feature different themes – divided per region. Tanzania’s Clubhouse community will host “Resilience of African Women”.

The “Impact of News Media on the Consciousness of the Global African Diaspora”  is designed to be an informative session on the representation of current events, while we dissect the media sources we get our news from, the accuracy in representation and the importance of establishing and supporting our own funded reputable sources for news.

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Development Economic Arts Culture in Africa

African Day, also known as African Liberation Day is the day where Africans across the world celebrate the hard-fought  freedom from colonial powers. On 25 May 1963, representatives of thirty African nations met in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, hosted by Emperor Haile Selassie. By then more than two-third of the continent had achieved independence, mostly from imperial European states. At this meeting, the then Organisation of African Unity (OAU) was founded, with the initial aim to encourage the decolonisation of Angola, Mozambique, South Africa, Namibia, and Southern Rhodesia (Zimbabwe). The organisation pledged to support the work conducted by freedom fighters, and remove military access to colonial nations. A charter was set out which sought to improve the living standards across member states. Emperor Selassie exclaimed, “May this convention of union last 1,000 years. Africa Day continues to be celebrated both in Africa and around the world, mostly on 25 May. 

In 2021 African communities across the world decided to come together to celebrate and commemorate African day on Clubhouse (CH) – an audio based social media platform. A 24 hours commemoration marathon will be hosted in the “African Day House” on CH. The event will bring together Africans residing on the continent and Africans in the rest of the world. Commemorations will feature different themes – divided per region. The Namibia House Club community will coordinate the “Youth in Development, Economic Advances, Arts, and Culture in Africa” session.

The “Resilience of African Women”  also titled “The shoulders we stand on”  is designed to be a creative and informative session celebrating the lives and contribution of African/Tanzanian women across history. The session will also infuse art, aim to represent diverse voices and share untold stories.

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African Cultural Identity & Reshaping Mindsets

African Day, also known as African Liberation Day is the day where Africans across the world celebrate the hard-fought  freedom from colonial powers. On 25 May 1963, representatives of thirty African nations met in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, hosted by Emperor Haile Selassie. By then more than two-third of the continent had achieved independence, mostly from imperial European states. At this meeting, the then Organisation of African Unity (OAU) was founded, with the initial aim to encourage the decolonisation of Angola, Mozambique, South Africa, Namibia, and Southern Rhodesia (Zimbabwe). The organisation pledged to support the work conducted by freedom fighters, and remove military access to colonial nations. A charter was set out which sought to improve the living standards across member states. Emperor Selassie exclaimed, “May this convention of union last 1,000 years. Africa Day continues to be celebrated both in Africa and around the world, mostly on 25 May. 

 

In 2021 African communities across the world decided to come together to celebrate and commemorate African day on Clubhouse (CH) – an audio based social media platform. A 24 hours commemoration marathon will be hosted in the “African Day House” on CH. The event will bring together Africans residing in the continent and Africans in the rest of the world. 

 

The “Official Opening Ceremony: The African Cultural Identity Ownership & Reshaping Mindsets”  also titled “Culture and Development”  is designed to highlight and celebrate the cultural identity of the Afrikan continent.

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A wise person doesn’t fall down the same hill twice

Today’s Proverb is : “A wise person doesn’t fall down the same hill twice.”

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To get lost, is to learn a new way

Today’s proverb is: “To get lost, is to learn a new way.”

Let me know in the comment if you have gotten lost and found a new way!

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One who rides the horse of greed at a gallop will pull it up at the door of shame.

Today’s Proverb is from Nigeria, it says: “One who rides the horse of greed at a gallop will pull it up at the door of shame.”

What does this proverb mean to you?

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7 Hidden Travel Gems in Africa

One Vibe Experience is launching in 2022. Sign up and you will be the first 100 to get access to One Vibe Experience customized travel packages that will be safe, slower, soulful, secluded, and sustainable. Experience Kenya in 2022 and beyond! https://airtable.com/shroIq8rj3WdDrDmT

 

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A woman is a flower in a garden; her husband is the fence around it

A woman is a flower in a garden; her husband is the fence around it.

 

What’s your interpretation of this #African proverb?

 

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Laughter is medicine and whoever makes you laugh is your doctor.

Today’s proverb is: Laughter is medicine and whoever makes you laugh is your doctor. Do you agree with this Kenyan proverb?

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Two rams cannot drink from the same bucket at the same time

Today’s Proverb is from Nigeria . It says: Two rams cannot drink from the same bucket at the same time. What does today’s proverb mean to you?

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