Its time for prime time Wendy Williams

Wendy Williams is feeling the heat after getting backlash for talking about the Clark Sisters. During her trending topics she spoke about Snoop Dogg’s album being number one and mentioned that other artist probably don’t like it. Then she asked,”Has the Clark Sisters ever been #1?” Follow @GetUpErica While some are saying she’s not informed…

via How Wendy Williams Offended The Gospel Community [EXCLUSIVE] — Get Up! Mornings With Erica Campbell

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Hey, Afro-Cubans represent Cuba too

A report by Néstor David Pastor for OK Africa. ‘Visionary Aponte: Art and Black Freedom’ is a new exhibition bringing a lost book of paintings to life. To date, the court testimony of José Antonio Aponte, a free black man of Yoruba origin and eponym of the doomed 1812 anti-slavery rebellion in Cuba that bears his name, […]

via These Artists Re-Imagined The Artwork of an Afro-Cuban Revolutionary — Repeating Islands

Women of Africa are organizing

Akina Mama wa Afrika (AMwA) is a feminist pan-African leadership development organization with headquarters in Kampala Uganda. Our mission is to strengthen the individual and collective leadership of African women, forming strategic partnerships, to tackle patriarchy and attain gender equality and women’s empowerment for a just and secure Africa. Our work focuses on 4 thematic […]

via African Feminist Organizations: Featuring Akina Mama wa Afrika — AfricanFeminism (AF)