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Quade Media Presents a Culture Immersion for Your Tastebuds

Food tends to always bring people together. Whether it’s through spending time with family on holidays or fellowship with colleagues or friends; enjoying a tasty meal is always the foundation of togetherness.  This past weekend Quade Media announced its newest venture partnership, The Ultimate Nigerian American Cookbook which highlights a curated selection of dishes that represent West African and Black American cuisines. The live tasting event was hosted by Queen Anaeki, founder of Quade Media and Chef Chidsss, an Atlanta based chef and caterer. The event provided guests with the opportunity to…

5 Takeaways From The Visual Masterpiece

Whew, Beyoncé’s long-awaited visual masterpiece based on her musical album; The Gift from her Lion King Disney film finally premiered on Disney+. Black is King, draws inspiration from the African diaspora through grand and creative re-imagination of a decolonized Africa. When Beyoncé accepted the role of Nala, Simba’s eventual queen in the remake of Lion King, she also took on curating the film’s soundtrack. As is custom with anything Beyoncé, she curated the film’s soundtrack and her album in a way that best correlated to Africa. 

Basketball Star Isn’t Crazy Enough To Go To Therapy & Thinks You Should Too: A Featured Interview With Nafis Ricks

“I feel like I’m fighting every day,” this was Nafis Ricks reality many years ago. Today, Ricks has a Master’s Degree in counseling psychology from the University of Missouri. 

But, life for Ricks didn’t always taste this sweet. He was born in the rough streets of Philadelphia (Philly), Pennsylvania, in 1987. A tragic event took place when he was just three years old. Ricks’ parents split after 17 years together.

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Pride Month and the Crises the LGBTQ+ Community Face in 2021

Pride Month and the Crises the LGBTQ+ Community Face in 2021By Georgia I. SalvarynThe month of June is dedicated to celebrating Pride and the LGBTQ+ community. Pride is a time of acceptance, love, and jubilation. But amidst the happiness, parades, and events, there is...

Aba & Preach: From Hot Topics to Serious Talks–A YouTube Channel Review

Aba & Preach: From Hot Topics to Serious Talks–A YouTube Channel ReviewBy Georgia I. SalvarynDuring the pandemic, I was stuck in the house with little to do, and I was desperate to find new ways to keep myself occupied, entertained, and informed. One day, a friend...

Light Time Travel and Sapphic Romance on the Q-Train: A Review of Casey McQuiston’s One Last Stop

Light Time Travel and Sapphic Romance on the Q-Train: A Review of Casey McQuiston's One Last StopComing off the heels of their breakout debut novel “Red, White, and Royal Blue,” author Casey McQuiston’s sophomore novel is every bit as expertly written, heartwarmingly...

Team RWB: The 1776 Challenge

Team RWB: The 1776 ChallengeBy Georgia I. SalvarynOn June 17, Team Red, White & Blue (RWB) will hold its third annual 1776 Challenge, an 18-day fitness event for veterans and supporters of all ability levels. This challenge is meant to showcase support for the men...

Asian Men, Pop Culture, and the Politics of Attraction: A History of Desexualization

Asian Men, Pop Culture, and the Politics of Attraction: A History of DesexualizationFrom Sessue Hayakawa to "Sixteen Candle," this historical phenomenon is no coincidence. By Lance SeraficaIt’s August of 2018. You are at your local movie theater, ready to watch the...

5 YA Books You Should be Reading for AAPI Heritage Month

5 YA Books You Should be Reading for AAPI Heritage MonthFrom historical gang warfare to fake dating, here are five books you should be reading in celebration of AAPI heritage month.  By Lance SeraficaMay is AAPI (Asian-American Pacific Islander) Heritage Month: a...

Coinbase’s valuation soars in the first public listing of a major cryptocurrency company

Coinbase Valued at $86 Billon in ‘Landmark Moment’ for Crypto: Shares in Coinbase, the first major cryptocurrency company to list its shares on a U.S. stock exchange, jumped in their market debut on Wednesday, showing that investors are hungry to get a piece of the...

Establishing Twitter’s presence in Africa

Twitter’s mission is to serve the public conversation, and it’s essential, for the world and for Twitter, to increase the number of people who feel comfortable participating in it. To do this, we need to make it easier for everyone to join in and provide more relevant...

Goldman Sachs Invests $10 Billion In New ‘One Million Black Women’ Initiative

With the largest ever investment to focus exclusively on black women, the financial giant aims to narrow opportunity gaps and contribute to the advancement of racial equity  In 1962, Malcolm X said, “The most neglected person in America is the Black woman.” Now,...

Connecting Women was the #1 Priority for Link Empower’s First Conference

Business in Atlanta is what has been connecting more  and more people to prominent ideas, people and promising opportunities. Link Empower, created by Nimi Bello has been no different as their purpose of connecting women from all ventures of life to like minded...

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