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Forgotten Voices: Haitian Millennials Speak on the Impact of Hurricane Matthew

Haitian millennials in the diaspora too, have felt the fury, pain and loss that Hurricane Matthew left, despite the geographic divide.

In October, Hurricane Matthew raged through Haiti, leaving destruction along its blaring path. With once-standing towns obliterated and thousands of lives lost, the most powerful Caribbean storm in a decade, severely affected the country—especially the city of Jérémie, with 80 percent of its buildings demolished. The province of Sud also experienced critical devastation and loss, with over 30,000 homes destroyed.

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Get To Know Yasmin Belo-Osagie, Co-Founder of African Woman-Led Enterprise, She Leads Africa

Co-founder Yasmin Belo-Osagie speaks on how She Leads Africa is defying the stereotypical narratives of African women and more.

A team of savvy, African women entrepreneurs are leading a movement to empower women in the Diaspora to transform their ideas to profit—one business at a time. She Leads Africa (SLA) is a women’s social enterprise based in Nigeria, seeking to address challenges women on the continent face in creating, growing, and sustaining their businesses and professional services.

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These 5 African Foodies Are Redefining The Diasporan Culinary Experience

Get to know some of the African changemakers who are part of a growing foodie movement in the diaspora.

Photo courtesy of Black Foodie.

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#OurThreeBrothers: Why Is America Ignoring The Murder Of Three Young Sudanese-Americans?

Family members of #OurThreeBrothers murdered believe they’re being neglected because of their African backgrounds.

Source: Our Three Brothers on Facebook.

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