Lugha ya Mama – The Language of Mothers

    Lugha ya Mama means the language of mothers in Kiswahili. This short film, created by Mary Nyambura, explores motherhood through the wisdom of five women. As she explains, “Such stories are medicine that inspire and strengthen the individual and the community”. In celebration of Mother’s Day, Afropean learns from Mary

PASSAGES Series Pt. 3: Returning

Part three of Imani Ballard’s and Kayshon Paris’ PASSAGES, a video series focused on connecting and amplifying a global community of color by reclaiming their own narrative of experiences and redetermining what it means to be young Black Americans from the “inner city”.  This installment takes Imani and Kayshon to Marrakech,

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