The Nigérien community in the UK and London is tiny; but deserve to be distinguished and not mixed with the Nigerian Community
Unknown to many British African parents; they are the cause (and not media propaganda) of why many of our children are not interested in our cculture or the continent.
London's Congolese Community is established and growing: Find out more here.
Where can I find good African Tailors in London? (Part II) | Another attempt to answer one of London's common African questions.
Why are Spain's ‘looky looky’ men or 'manteros' French speaking African Refugees? Here's my answer
There is an extremely small community of Black Africans in Romania; I start from Bucharest here:
It's not often you'll see a male blogger write about the value of women within the Culture and Tourism Industry. Well I might as well give it a try! When it comes to Culture and Fashion; many onlookers will asses women's role as central and … Continue reading Importance of Women in Africa’s Culture and Tourism Ministries
In continuation with a previous account that touched me to write concerning young people within Africa's Diaspora and some of the troubles they face growing up abroad and staying in touch with their cultural heritage; the number of the Diaspora’s adults interested in returning home … Continue reading Returning Home: The Diaspora’s Fears
I wonder what people think when it comes to their local Barbers or hairdressers? Black barbershops are not often seen as a culture of their own. Nevertheless American films have stereotyped them as no holds barred locations where men chatter about everything from current events, … Continue reading London Gallery showcases Andrew Esiebo’s Barbershop Photography