Introducing EASYGLAM, Elegance with Ease
May24

Introducing EASYGLAM, Elegance with Ease

A partnership of shared interests. The story of overcoming challenges and finding new passions. Be inspired.

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Standing in my Light,Two Years On
Sep30

Standing in my Light,Two Years On

The greatest gift I was given in all of this was learning to stand in my light. That’s what confidence really is. Nefertiti is truly reborn.

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OUR IDENTITY by Afua Hirsch
Sep28

OUR IDENTITY by Afua Hirsch

Afua argues that we as a society have not yet come to terms with the importance of new identities and have not developed the language or cultural ability to embrace them.

Afua Hirsch is the Social Affairs and Education Editor for Sky News. Before joining the broadcaster earlier this year, she worked for the Guardian Newspaper as it’s first West Africa correspondent.

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Being the real me without apology by Maame Yaa Boafo
Aug10

Being the real me without apology by Maame Yaa Boafo

Although Nollywood has established itself as an industry to be reckoned with in Africa, many African parents are still unlikely to be thrilled with a child actively choosing acting as a desired profession. MaameYaa Baofo, a New-York based Ghanaian actress, is also gifted orator. MaameYaa Boafo was born in Pakistan and hails from Ghana, West Africa and currently lives in New York. Coming to the United States to obtain a double Bachelor degree in Journalism and French at Hood College, Ms. Boafo was then awarded the Levin Scholarship from Rutgers University where she received her MFA in Acting from the Mason Gross School of the Arts. She has since gone on to play roles such as Ophelia in Hamlet, the Courtesan in Comedy of Errors and made her off-Broadway debut as Walter Mosley’s leading lady in his play LIFT.
In this talk, she uses her experience of pursuing acting despite discouragement from others to discuss the importance of being your authentic self without apology.

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A Conversation with Nemata majeks-Walker
Apr20

A Conversation with Nemata majeks-Walker

Then came the elections later and nothing had changed –the women were sidetracked: the composition of the new government builds to reflect that crucial part men had played in bringing peace to the nation

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