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African Americans Culture Media TV Women

How Hit Show Insecure Teaches You To Get What You Want in Life

View this post on Instagram I spoke to The Wall Street Journal’s “Moneyish” (alongside the show’s showrunner @the_a_prentice) about the hit show @insecurehbo and what it’s showing /teaching black women about getting what we want (and deserve) in life and in our careers. The gender pay gap is real, and even more so for Black […]

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Africa African Politics Society

RIP Kofi Annan (1938 – 2018)

View this post on Instagram Rest in peace Kofi Annan. Such a great man. A proud African, who represented us so well. He was a true statesman and a deserving Nobel Peace Prize Laureate. The world is a better place because he was in it. Thank you, sir, for your service. You will be missed. […]

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Civil Rights Culture Music US Politics Women

Farewell Aretha Franklin, Queen of Soul

View this post on Instagram 🙏🏾 A post shared by Lola Adesioye (@lolaadesioye) on Aug 17, 2018 at 4:58pm PDT

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African Americans Civil Rights Music US Politics Women

Thank you, Ms Franklin

View this post on Instagram Thank you, Ms Aretha. You gave us so much, and we will forever love, remember and be inspired by you. 🙏🏾❤️ #arethafranklin #thegreatest A post shared by Lola Adesioye (@lolaadesioye) on Aug 16, 2018 at 8:24am PDT

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African Americans Civil Rights Music US Politics Women

RIP Aretha Franklin, Soul Legend

View this post on Instagram So thankful for being able to talk about my love for Aretha Franklin on air with Sky News this morning. Many of us have never known music without Aretha. As a singer, she was the ultimate with that inimitable voice. She WAS soul. Rest well, Queen. ❤️❤️❤️ A post shared […]

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Art Culture Harlem New York Street Art

Street Art in Harlem