Ope Amosu shares the beauty and love of West African culture through the food he grew up eating. He created ChòpnBlọk, a contemporary West African-inspired, fast, casual pop-up dinner concept serving as a cultural crossroads between West African culinary traditions and local communities in Houston, Texas
by Dana Givens
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Evelyn Woodsen Atieno is the publisher of Afinity Magazine. Her story has been told by major US media outlets including Vice and Huffington Post. Unknown to many, however, Atieno moved to the United States at the age of four with her parents from Kenya.
By MARTIN SIELE
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Morocco seeks to benefit from the expertise of Moroccan expatriates in Canada.
By Taha Mebtoul
Morocco’s delegate minister in charge of Moroccan expatriates, Nezha El Ouafi, and Quebec’s Minister of Immigration, Simon Jolin Barette, held a meeting in Montreal on February 28 to discuss the prospect of bringing the expertise of Moroccans in Canada to Moroccan organizations.
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By Hilary KimuyuMarch 3rd, 2020 2 min read
Five Kenyan-born athletes who took to the field in the United States to try and qualify to represent their new country at the upcoming Tokyo 2020 Olympics, have failed to make the cut.
The five, 2LT Elkanah Kibet, SSG Augustus Maiyo, SGT Leonard Korir, SGT Samuel Kosgei and SPC Haron Lagat are all soldiers in the US Army.
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