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African diaspora

Nubian Markets serves up Afro-diasporic eats and community connection in Roxbury
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Local News
Nubian Markets serves up Afro-diasporic eats and community connection in Roxbury
Nubian Markets, a café, halal butchery and grocery store that opened in Nubian Square in May, is a business built to reflect and serve the Roxbury community. The café serves a menu inspired by the flavors of the African diaspora, the grocery shelves are lined with products from Black- and brown-owned businesses and the café dining room transforms into a community meeting space.
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AAMARP artists look to the future in 'Resurgence'
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Arts & Culture
AAMARP artists look to the future in 'Resurgence'
After a period of quiet and uncertainty due to the COVID-19 pandemic and program negotiations, AAMARP welcomes the public into their studio space for the exhibition “Resurgence: Homage to the Ancestors of the African Diaspora.”
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Castle of Our Skins pays homage to Africa and the African diaspora
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Arts & Culture
Castle of Our Skins pays homage to Africa and the African diaspora
Castle of Our Skins, a Boston-based Black arts institution, is celebrating its 10th year of shining a light on Black composers. The group recently released a debut album of classical music written by five Black composers from Africa and the African diaspora.
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Opinion
A dearth of compassion for Burkina Faso refugees
The Western press does not care about Burkina Faso. It is a faraway land whose capital city has a name, Ouagadougou (pronounced “Waa-gaa-doo-goo”), that is alien to European tongues. But most importantly, it is a country populated by a group of people who are of little interest and no concern to the West
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