Taylor Hosking is a graduating senior at The University of Pennsylvania, interning with The MOJO for her final semester. The CUBA LIBRE blog series will recap some of her Spring Break experience on the island.
The Wharton African Students Association – comprised of MBA candidates at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business – showcased its 22nd annual Wharton Africa Business Forum on Saturday November 8 at Philadelphia’s Downtown Marriott.
The Shomari Show aims to help spread wisdom and knowledge to our people and is grounded in the belief that we must teach our own and control our own narrative. Tune in every Friday at 10:00 a.m.
“Up You Mighty Race! You Can Accomplish What You Will!” Afrocentricity International and the Molefi Kete Asante Institute for Afrocentric Studies join forces in the celebration of the life of Honorable Marcus Garvey upon the centennial of the UNIA/ACL.
Pheralyn Dove guest hosts today’s edition of “The Karamu” while Dr. Richard Cooper is on vacation. The first half of the show is dedicated to solutions to the education crisis, and the second half will be a mix of cultural arts happenings that you need to have on your radar!
The BlackStar Film Festival is a celebration of cinema focused on work by and about people of African descent in a global context. BlackStar highlights films that are often overlooked from emerging, established, and mid-career directors, writers and producers working in narrative, documentary, experimental and music video filmmaking.
On July 28, President Obama announced the renaming of the Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders in honor of Nelson Mandela.
The Ebola virus outbreak that began last March in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone has now crossed into Nigeria via an airplane passenger, spurring fears that the disease may make its way to international destinations.