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THE SOLUTION ROOM
Socio Economic Reform through African/Caribbean Exceptionalism
The Solution Room is dedicated to socio economic reform through African/Caribbean exceptionalism. We are a base of operation designed to culminate the experience, strategies and resources of existing African/Caribbean lead organisations and those of the private sector that are our brightest and best.
The mandate of the…Continue
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How many Melinated Black people actually want the autonomy from the white system that they profess?
How many know what it really takes to cut that umbilical cord and be all by yourself?
Who knows what it is like to be totally self reliant economically and have dependents…Continue
Added by Dean Okai on April 13, 2017 at 0:49 — No Comments
African/Caribbean accountability in delivering community infrastructure solutions
Every communities children are their most valuable commodity, as the most vulnerable members of the community, they are precious in their nature and as impressionable…Continue
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Working Action Group
Present Action for the Homeless - Multipurpose Homeless Mobile Unit…Continue
Added by Juliet Ryan on February 21, 2017 at 17:35 — No Comments
Greetings One and All
I trust the New Year finds you well.
Please allow me to take this opportunity to introduce you to my new book release.
Title: The journey of pa-tempta: The supreme and collective consciousness of the True-SELF
Available online at …Continue
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Afrikan History Month requests for workshops and speakers are coming in.
Register for FREE your workshop and services to get in the loop.
I nice donation for the service would be nice still....
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Tasha Schmidt is a staff writer for the Lucentra™ www.lucentra.com and is a sited authority renewable energy, entertainment, and apparel and textiles. These blogs discuss topics, which Lucentra caters to in their consulting field.
You can read more about Ms. Schmidt by viewing her http://www.blogger.com/profile/07582716937213147247.
Added by Tasha Schmidt on April 23, 2013 at 19:08 — No Comments
Discovering the truth about yourself can sometimes be a very scary thing because the lies lived are comfortable and rarely requires one to pull at the very core of who and why they are. For many, the lie has been lived for so long that it becomes the truth by mere belief in it, rather than a myth told by someone else to get you to buy into their idea of who you are.
Living the life that someone else dictates is not freedom. However, living the life that you were purposed to…Continue
Added by Atiya on February 26, 2013 at 12:07 — No Comments
The Story Trail Blazer and the Free Spirit Crusaders
Once upon a time, today in London, there lives a nomadic storyteller who comes from a long line of storytellers. Ironically this nomad has been static for a very long time. Her name is Griot Chinyere. She once travelled in a mobile home between communities sharing stories and being a free spirit. Now she has been static for 18 years and her ancestors are unhappy. One night in her dreams they visit as a…Continue
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The Luxurious Hilton Canary Wharf welcomes Brides of Culture 2013
London, UK - Brides of Culture (BoC) is back for the seventh instalment of its unique free multicultural Bridal Exhibition at the luxurious Hilton Canary Wharf. With a prime location in the middle of one of the world’s busiest commercial districts, excellent transport links to the rest of the city and beyond, it is the perfect venue for this year’s Brides of Culture exhibition.…Continue
Added by Ronke Lawal on January 8, 2013 at 13:12 — No Comments
Ask The Expert with Cedar Events at Brides of Culture 2013
London, UK - Brides of Culture is proud to announce that internationally renowned Wedding & Events Specialist Seyi Olusanya of Cedar Events will be returning to facilitate two exclusive workshops for brides and grooms to be at Brides of Culture’s Spring 2013 event. The Wedding Planning ASK THE EXPERT workshops will provide…Continue
Added by Ronke Lawal on January 8, 2013 at 13:11 — No Comments
The 2Inspire Network Celebrates the Creativity of Women in 2013
2Inspire Network is proud to announce the return of its popular 2Inspire Ladies Day event taking place on 9th March 2013 at the Crowne Plaza, Docklands. Coinciding with International Women’s Day, "Celebrating the Creativity of Women" is a free event that will showcase budding and established female entrepreneurs; particularly those in the creative…Continue
Added by Ronke Lawal on January 8, 2013 at 13:10 — No Comments
Introducing Simply Kayo – The Experts behind Exceptional Events
Simply Kayo is an exclusive boutique special events company that designs luxury events for discerning clients both in the UK and Internationally. Founded by Fikayo Giwa, Simply Kayo is an exciting and unique events company specializing in planning and designing high quality celebrations such as weddings and birthdays. “We are in the business…Continue
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I remember when I was a child I used to watch a TV show called Dallas. At the time it was a big show and used to love it. I also used to love that the whole family would gather round and watch. I was always a ‘family man’ even back then. In my house ‘Dallas’ was a big weekly event. My favourite things to do was the scream at the top of my lungs “Dallas Is Onnnnnn!” and watch everyone come running.
The show was real glam, a real ‘bling’ affair…very ‘Hollywood’ (as a kid I…Continue
Kansas African American Affairs Commission
Congressional District 3
Held on Thursday, May 31, 2012
9:30 AM - 2:30 PM
Kansas City Kansas Community…
Added by Lazone Grays Jr on June 6, 2012 at 20:04 — No Comments
In this short video from the Caribbean Cooking School, this simple guide shows how to make a Vegetarian or Vegan dish of Ackee. Worth watching and sharing.
More videos on the Caribbean Cooking TV site at http://www.youtube.com/user/CaribbeanCookingTV
Enjoy and join in the Jamaica 50th anniversary fun this year in…Continue
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