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The Pursuit Of Peace : Mental Health Wellness

The Pursuit Of Peace : Mental Health Wellness

This is the first blog I have written on this Global Fusion Productions site in almost a year because the upkeep, the money put into it and the constant back and forth dealing with others to work on it just became overwhelming in taking away »

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GlobalFusion Playlist: I Want To Thank You By Alicia Myers -Celebration of Global Pride and Rainbows

GlobalFusion Playlist: I Want To Thank You By Alicia Myers -Celebration of Global Pride and Rainbows

#GlobalFusion #Playlist #IWantToThankYou #SaturdayKindofLove #CelebratingTheBeautyOfRainbows

Hope is a powerful weapon, and [one] no one power on earth can deprive you of“ Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela

It was beautiful to wake up today to a facebook timeline filled with Thank You’s . People just simply being »

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Africa must use digital libraries

Africa must use digital libraries

With global warming and the upsurge of natural and man made disasters attacking cultural and educational institutions in Africa, there’s no time than the present to focus on preservation of history, present and future. With the digital boom in Africa the door has been opened [...]

Just As American As You: Black Presidents Can Shoot Guns Too

#BlackHistoryMonth “The group most devastated by America’s obsession with the gun is African-Americans. Although making comparisons can be dangerous, there are times when they must be noted. America has the largest prison population in the world. Of the over 2 million men, women and children who [...]

Global News: Brazil Mourns Death From Massive Club Fire & Egypt Declares State Of Emergency

“At least 233 people have died in a fire that swept through a nightclub in a university city in southern Brazil, police and officials say. Local media say the fire began when a band let off fireworks at the Kiss club in Santa Maria, Rio [...]

Remembering Brooklyn’s Finest: Howard Zinn (August 24, 1922 – January 27, 2010)

Remembering Brooklyn’s Finest: Howard Zinn (August 24, 1922 – January 27, 2010)

Remembering Brooklyn’s Finest: Howard Zinn (August 24, 1922 – January 27, 2010) – American academic historian, author, playwright, and social activist. “ Zinn did not merely record history, he made it: as a professor at Spelman College in the 1950s and early 1960s, where he was [...]

All You Need is a Few Dollars & A Dream: The Ghanaian woman who made millions fighting skin-bleaching

All You Need is a Few Dollars & A Dream: The Ghanaian woman who made millions fighting skin-bleaching

With the plague of skin bleaching on the African continent, it is refreshing to see that more and more Africans are taking matters of showcasing our natural beauty and homegrown natural beauty products into their hands by offering Africans an alternative to western made products [...]

Four Members of Bronx African Community Vie for a Single City Council Seat

Four Members of Bronx African Community Vie for a Single City Council Seat

I was very excited to hear this news today about Africans in the Bronx running for elected office in their district. Anyone who lives in New York or Africans around the world know that in America and specifically in New York -The Bronx is Africa’s [...]

Les Ballets Africains -Beauty in Motion

Les Ballets Africains -Beauty in Motion

I love getting introduced to new things , particularly African things- so much to learn about our continent. Many may not think of Africa when they think of ballet, but dance is about interpretation and no one can interpret dance and the sound of the [...]

Mali -1st African Team to Record a Win at AFCON 2013- As it Tries to Recover Its Fleeting Democracy

Mali -1st African Team to Record a Win at AFCON 2013- As it Tries to Recover Its Fleeting Democracy

Before Mali went on the pitch against Niger, I said that I would like to see a Malian win to lift the spirits of a nation in serious turmoil. Music and Sports are Weapons that cross borders peacefully and I want to see Mali return to [...]