Preservation is a blog that highlights young African entrepreneurs based throughout the Diaspora who utilize their art/craft to keep and shape different versions of African culture in contemporary societies. My name is omo pastor, and I am a storyteller of the African Diaspora. The purpose of this blog is to connect the world with artists who dedicate their craft to the stories of African people while living both on the ...

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You have decided to date a Black woman whom you have categorized as ‘free’, ‘independent’, ‘woke’ and/or ‘nothing like these other girls out here.’ Kudos to you. Congratulations on your choice of ‘leveling up’ from ‘girls’ to ‘women’. Welcome to a new journey. Here is a short, non-concise guide on how to successfully date the Black woman you have placed on a pedestal: If you are afraid of ...

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omó pastor    19 January 2019   In an industry saturated with dance songs and shaku shaku vibes, ‘Barrister’ Falz the Bahd Guy takes us back to the origins of Afrobeat, takes us on a journey through the streets, the courtroom, classroom and the sanctuary and forces us to question the state of humanity all in 25 minutes with his latest album entitled Moral Instruction. As Nigeria is in an Election ...

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Peace! 'balance' a piece on the African diaspora. there's an essence about the African diaspora that is often ignored, or attempted to be buried. however, it is often said that ‘you cannot bury us’ because African people are seeds. we are the seeds that have been planted, and watered, throughout the soils of the Earth. the African diaspora starts from ancient dynasties to negros spirituals on southern plantations to ...

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