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What's Happening: 'Three Musketeers,' 'Misery,' 'Treasures of Africa'

The Gainesville Sun 29 Feb 2024
... to enriching the experiences of all who wish to grow in knowledge and appreciation of the history and culture of African-derived cultures, highlighting those in Gainesville and North Central Florida.
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World Insights: Long-lasting China-Sierra Leone friendship sees renewed vigor

Xinhua 29 Feb 2024
Amidst the burgeoning cultural exchanges between China and Sierra Leone, the African country is also witnessing growing interest in Chinese culture ... "I love Chinese martial arts and culture.
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Palm Springs to conclude events for Black History Month Thursday

Desert Sun 29 Feb 2024
1 with a celebration of the Harlem Renaissance and African-American culture and arts, featuring performances by the Palm Springs High School Choir and James O.
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Iwájú review: Disney scores a winner in this vibrant, futuristic coming-of-age tale

Hindustan Times 29 Feb 2024
The coming-of-age tale is informed with a rich specificity to detail (props to cultural consultant Toluwalakin Olowofoyeku), one that is brought in with the association of Pan-African company Kugali ...
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Daniel B. Matthews Historical Society in Sewickley to formally install new officers, continue projects

Pittsburgh Tribune Review 29 Feb 2024
... which depict African American history ... One of the goals is to continue the digitization of photos and other media documenting African American culture and experiences in the Quaker Valley area.
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Morfydd Clark gets a kick out of Christie in ‘Murder is Easy’

Boston Herald 29 Feb 2024
Christie is so part of our culture, it makes a lot of sense to keep re-exploring and looking at her through different lenses. And it’s a particularly fascinating time in British culture,” Clark said.
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Prof Fola Tayo: The Cerebral Pharmacy Scholar, Mentor @80 

This Day 29 Feb 2024
We inherited foreign education which was designed to propagate and advance  British culture. So, you graduate in Nigeria and you don’t fit into our cultural design but you fit readily in the UK….a waste of our resources.
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12 Black female artists have ‘their own way of seeing the world’ in new Gantt exhibit

The Charlotte Observer 29 Feb 2024
A new exhibition at The Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts + Culture, “A Superlative Palette. Contemporary Black Women Artists,” features the work of 12 people. And while the ... .
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WeightWatchers Shares Drop 24% After Announcing Oprah’s Exit From Board

Forbes 29 Feb 2024
Winfrey will also donate all her stock in the company to the National Museum of African American History and Culture ... .
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The eyes have it: The intriguing history of kohl

CNN 29 Feb 2024
... region’s diverse cultural landscapes ... As such, well before eyeliner was adopted as a now-ubiquitous cosmetic in the West, it was already deeply entrenched in Middle Eastern and North African cultures.
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WeightWatchers shares drop as Oprah Winfrey decides to exit board

RTE 29 Feb 2024
They have more than halved in value so far this year. The company said Winfrey, who has been a board member since 2015, will donate her WW shares to the National Museum of African American History and Culture ... .
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Name of the game: Name mispronunciation in sports

Washington Square News 29 Feb 2024
It’s a sort of ethnic and racial microaggression when basically white Euro-Americans refuse to pronounce or are unable to pronounce Spanish heritage names or African-American culturally associated names,” MacKenzie said.
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Oprah is leaving WeightWatchers, sending stock tumbling 25%

CNN 29 Feb 2024
She said in a statement that she’s donating all of her stock to National Museum of African American History and Culture ... Winfrey’s exit is a year earlier than expected, with the media mogul in 2019 signing an extension until 2025 ... .

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