Category: Reimagine Afrika

The Intersection

Find Us Here

We met at the intersection between color and queerdom. At a time when we were expected to cower and hide, we rose up in pride with deep belly laughter at how resilient our love can be. On Sunday, June 26th, 2016, New York City came together in honor of
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To Be AfroCaribbean

African Identity Within the Caribbean

This year we set out for the 48th Annual Labor Day West Indian – Caribbean American Carnival and Parade hosted in the Crown Heights neighborhood of Brooklyn, NY. The West Indian Day Carnival is the largest parade in New York City attracting millions to Eastern Parkway for five days of festivities and a cultural extravaganza.
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50 Shades of Beautiful

What Color Am I Now?

The “50 Shades of Beautiful” photo series began last year as a collaboration with the Nu Afrikan Artivist Movement (NAAM), the photographer Nicole Bacchus, and the visual artist, Ibrahim Wann, whose illustrative style extends from realism to abstract artwork with the flick of his paint brush. NAAM creator, Kymani Jade, asked Bacchus, a graduate of
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