Let’s face it, Donald Trump is the 45th president of the United States of America, like it or not. The Donald has been solely sworn in as the next ruler of the Free Nation, and for many of us, we wonder if this famous title will remain in the coming days. People are afraid and worried, as the new president paint a dark picture of a long lost America that needs rescue and revitalization on all aspects.
On November 8th 2016, Americans will be voting for their 45th president, in which the top candidates are Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.
Miss Africa USA Pageant features African women in the United States of America today. The pageant has certainly transcended from a small State pageant launched in Atlanta Georgia in 2005, to one of the most highly anticipated annual community events in the nation.
Women’s History Month is an annual declared month that highlights the contributions of women to events in history and contemporary society. It is celebrated during March in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia, corresponding with International Women’s Day on March 8.
Now that the 87th Academy Award Winners for the 2015 Oscar has been announced, celebrity gossip shows are gearing up for a next morning coverage of the event from the red carpet to the after party. Jokes will be made about Neil Patrick Harris underwear moment, Lady Gaga clean look performance, and people will mention the amazing performance of the oscar-winning song “Glory” from Selma.
It may be Super Bowl Week-end in the United States, but there is something much bigger taking place this week-end within all African Communities all across the Globe. Yes, bigger than Super Bowl; it’s the 2015 African Cup of Nations Quarter Finals. And today, we are set for a treat: it’s the Clash of Congos.
This year Miss Africa USA Pageant celebrates 10 years of empowering young women as Leaders and Goodwill Ambassadors. It’s a milestone, a history we are very proud of, having mentored over 2000 young women who have gone through the Pageant.
Paycheck-to-paycheck (P2P) living is very stressful and hard to overcome. It happens when you are regularly waiting for your next paycheck before you make any basic financial decision such as paying your bills or buying groceries for your household. It’s a way of life that many people in America have come to accept as a norm, but it shouldn’t be so. It’s an issue in our society and everyone must learn how to overcome this since it affects not just your finance, but your whole life.
If you’re living paycheck to paycheck and can’t seem to find a way out of debt, here’s an article just for you with advice on how to break the cycle and live a happier financial life.
The Oklahoma City Thunder is certainly one of the top NBA Basketball team at the moment, featuring great and rising stars such as Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook, and our African player of the week: Serge Ibaka.
Nigerian soul vocalist Douye’ prepares to release sophomore album So Much Love featuring the latest single “Til Morning Comes”
So Much Love features multi-platinum and Grammy nominated musicians including producer/songwriter Dapo Torimiro (Frank Ocean, John Legend, Justin Bieber, Jordin Sparks, Chrisette Michele, Toni Braxton), British songwriter Terry Shaddick (Olivia Newton-John, Diana Ross), guitarist Chris Sholar (Beyonce’, Jay-Z, Mariah Carey, Kanye West, Ne-Yo, D’Angelo), and jazz keyboardist Philippe Saisse (Chaka Khan, Al Jarreau, Davie Bowie, David Sanborn)
Lupita Nyong’o has been lighting up the entertainment news lately and she has just started to warm up. The amazing 30 year old Kenyan-Mexican actress and film director has been captivating the media industry lately with her American film debut in Steve McQueen’s 12 Years a Slave as Patsey, for which she received critical acclaim.