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The Positioning of African Women in Homeownership

Homeownership can be considered an intentional pursuit, in which men and women have similar opportunities. In non-western societies, particularly inContinue Reading

Am I Black or African?

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The Stigma of Infertility in the African Community

Infertility occurs more often than we think. However, in our African communities we have to deal with the inability to reproduce and its associated stigmas.

Book Review: Debt Free Degree by Anthony ONeal Reviewed

As a college professor, I’ve worked in higher education for over a decade and there’s no doubt that the stickerContinue Reading

Ivery Arie: The Experience in Houston TX

Every year, Ivery Arie hosts an African women empowerment event in different cities. By leveraging local communities and organizations, weContinue Reading

Episode 4: “Just Being Me” w/ Nassali

Nassali Kiggundo is a model, curator, visionary, blogger and radio announcer from Uganda. She has modeled for Carol’s Daughter andContinue Reading

Episode 3: “We, African Women Are The Future”

Jubilee Gamaniel is a multi-passionate entrepreneur. She loves to dance, loves to try new food and is unapologetically herself. She startedContinue Reading

Episode 2: “It’s About Time!” w/ Feven and Helena

Ivery Arie had the pleasure to sit down with these fabulous ladies who have an interesting story. To some people,Continue Reading

Episode 1: “Competent But Not Confident”

We sat down with amazing Ewurabena as she shares her journey navigating her career as an African woman in science,Continue Reading

Stay Plugged In w/ Melate Bekele

Living in the diaspora, it is even more challenging to keep our African culture alive. It is often a consciousContinue Reading