Raafeke, Afro-Caribbean Author of ‘Radiance Lost’, on Culture Retention through Literature and Entrepreneurship

A Grenadian proverb states “A new broom sweeps clean, but an old broom knows the corners.” Rafeeke, an Atlanta based Afro-Caribbean writer, may agree with this adage. His words weave the vibrations of Afro-Caribbean and African storytelling forms, from Grenada to Guyana, Kenya, Nigeria and beyond. When I met him on Zoom, his warm and …

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Ghana Is My Muse: Behind the Ahofe Fashion Line

“The kind of beauty I want most is the hard-to-get kind that comes from within, strength, courage, dignity”- Ruby Dee, African American Actress Last December, I decided that starting 2018 I was breaking up with fear, leaving my crippling inhibitions, anxiety and baggage in 2017. It was too heavy a load to carry and it …

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