Jan 26 – Feb 08, 2022
Whitfield Lovell: Passages, USA Tour Starts
Now, the largest exhibition ever presented of Whitfield Lovell's work begins a national tour. After Boca Raton, Florida "Whitfield Lovell: Passages" will continue across six states throughout the American South and the Midwest.
Inaugural George Washington Carver Day Celebration – February 1
Iowans will celebrate George Washington Carver Day for the first time February 1. Though not a state holiday, this represents only the third time in the state's history that a recognition day honoring an individual has been established. We provide a Zoom link to one of the celebrations. Artist credit: Jay Durrah.
The Ultimate Guide to Buying and Selling Land in Ghana
Paul Boakye, based in London, has contributed to Port Of Harlem over the decades. He has bought and sold residences in Ghana. You will also find links to his other reports related to buying a home and living in the Black Star Republic.
American Destination Cities Looking for Travelers Like You
There are many ways product marketers try to influence your buying behavior. One of those products are tourist destinations such as Washington, DC and Tampa Bay. Of course, their efforts are not devious or subliminal, but marketing professionals find creative ways to get their message to you about their product. Let's look at two of them.
Oge Onubogu, New Africa Program Director
The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars has named Oge Onubogu as the new Director of its Africa Program. The Brown Capital Management Africa Forum, which provides a platform for substantive and policy-oriented dialogue on Africa, and in U.S.-Africa relations, is part of the Africa Program.
The Guardian Newspapers' Olaiya Templer is our podcast guest. We talk about the February 25 Nigerian national elections. The Guardian is one of Nigeria's most respected newspapers. The Brookings Institution hosts "Understanding The Threat Of White Christian Nationalism . . ." See art showings in DC, Baltimore, Nashville, South Florida, and Gary, and “Neil deGrasse Tyson Schooling Joe Rogan on Africa's Greatness,” under Human Diversity.
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