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Remembering Maya Angelou On Her Birthday…

When an elder dies a village loses its library – African Proverb In the early 1960s Maya Angelou moved to Ghana with her son where Angelou joined many other African-American expatriates living in the country. Angelou served as an instructor and assistant administrator at the University of Ghana’s School of Music and Drama, worked as feature editor for The African Review and wrote for The Ghanaian Times and the Ghanaian Broadcasting Company. She made such an impression on her hosts honoured her with a postal stamp. It was in Ghana that Angelou met Malcolm X and agreed to return to the United States in 1964...

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African Celebrities: Happy Birthday Shalom Nchom

Join us in wishing one of our favourite African Celebs a very happy birthday! Makeup artist Shalom Nchom, popularly known as Shalom Blac is a year older today!  Wishing this strong and amazing woman lady God’s richest blessings on her birthday and every day.  May God continues to use you to inspire more people and also heal you and your sister. Shalom Blac is an inspiration to the world her story reminds us of “There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.” “There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.” ~ Maya Angelou is not to tell your story...

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