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24 Feb 2021
Two senior students of Nigeria's prestigious CMS Grammar School, Lagos, have emerged 1st and 2nd in an essay writing competition organized by the University of Lagos and University of West Indies' Institute of African and Diaspora Studies. The duo of Taiwo George-Taylor and Prosper Nnabuchi beat students from other schools in Nigeria to win the…
24 Feb 2021
The 2021 edition of the annual People of Culture Festival has been announced to take place on Saturday February 27.
7 Feb 2021
The month of February is dear to the black community as it is a month to look back in time and be thankful for the journey thus far. Considering the long years of the slave trade, February and March are set aside for the purpose of reflection and celebration of their achievements and significant impact…
23 Feb 2020
It is another February and another month for Black people all over the world to celebrate. The month is set apart for the celebration of what it means to be Black.
13 Feb 2019
It is another February. It’s another month for the celebration of Black people all over the world. The month is set apart for the acknowledgement and celebration of what it means to be Black. Over the years, Black History Month has been a commemorative programme in honour of the black culture and a response to…

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