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  2. Introducing Dark Makeup
  3. Prelim
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  5. Learn How To Tidy Your Makeup Area
  6. Zab Pop Up Shop
  7. Summer is coming and their fans too.
  8. Rafiya
  9. Chatting with Christian Eyenga
  10. Sankara, le rebelle: Sennen Andriamirado
  11. Recipe for Attiékié Sushi
  12. The bitter side of sugar
  14. The Weight of Words
  15. Fashion trends that suits short hair
  16. The Healing Power of Plants
  17. Man Up Dude, Get a Pedicure
  18. Sauti-Sol
  19. The Godmother Of Rock and Roll
  20. The premium multicultural male grooming line has arrived
  21. Art in the Surma tribe in Ethiopia
  22. Moroccan inspired oasis at home ?
  23. Nola Adé
  24. Superfoods and Inner Balance
  25. Luke Cage… what else
  26. Baobab for beauty, for health and for life!
  27. Respect The Architect
  28. Home – Finding a Good Balance
  29. Lotus Moon Skin Care
  30. Serge Ibaka, Son of Congo
  31. The Antidote for the skin
  32. Fela Fela Fela
  33. Tour of Martinique in Yoles
  34. One chance to make a first impression
  35. 24 K rose Gold elixir
  36. The New Stereotype (TNS)
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  38. A Continent on its Feet
  39. Noella Coursaris
  40. Asics Tiger Tanabata Pack
  41. Oumou Kandé Diao, black modeling agency in France
  42. Nicholle Kobi – Drawer With Attitude
  43. When Vans meets Nintendo
  44. Caring for your hair during the summer
  45. What is White Worth? – Consider The Consequences of Skin Bleaching
  46. Chronicle of a Hardcore Yogi
  47. Ade Hassan, the Nubian Queen
  48. Chef Roblé, Superchef
  49. Laser de Jouvence
  50. Make Up – Eyes 2
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  52. Make up – Eyes
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  54. Playing For Change
  55. Prevention Better Alternative Than A Cure
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  57. The G-Spot Injection
  58. Pegguy Tabu – “Pardonner”
  59. Nike Air Presto Ultra-Flyknit
  60. Tomorrow, God willing – Khadi Hane
  61. To Your incense ! Ready! Meditate !
  62. Hammam Getaway
  63. The Art of Erotic Massage !
  64. Malonga, Chef and Globe-Trotter
  65. Exotic Bread
  66. Small Pepper
  67. Knock knock knocking on Heaven’s Door
  68. Nelson Mandela’s Rainbow Governance
  69. And Now…

Afropolitain #2 – African Winter

Afropolitain #2 – African Winter – Print

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African Winter

It is a fact  that the winter is in our midst and is raging.  It is an abstract concept for some “afropolitain” with lots of mental associations referring to the cold while it is concrete for those living in the northern hemisphere.  However, everyone is sharing the same plight, shivering and concerned about the coming of this season announcing a new year, new resolutions and new beginnings. In the world of fashion, fashion weeks are launching as well as the new trends. Meanwhile in sports, it is show time with major and eclectic events like the African Nations Cup (CAN) in soccer, the NBA All-Star Game or the Paris-Dakar Rally which no longer comes through our continent, by the way. In politics, Donald Trump’s oath of office may change the geopolitical equilibrium forever and with regard to cultural events, film awards season are almost upon us.  This season of new beginnings may be the sign awaited for so long, the time may have finally come!? Could it be the turn for our beautiful continent to seize its chance and shine? The beginning of the year is also the time for  retrospectives, if culturally we are ready and we can see with each passing day the culture of the continent rising to a global level, sports wise we can do better, economically we are still light-years away from our full potential and the political arena is definitely still a work in progress. Should we lose hope over that? No, on the contrary because as you will see in this new issue of Afropolitain, we had never seen so many people of African descent who are so involved to move things forward and move in the right direction.

Winter is coming and unlike “Game of Thrones”,  it’s a good omen.



Hiver Africain

En fait l’hiver est déjà là, bien installé. C’est un concept flou pour certains afropolitains avec toutes ces associations mentales faisant références au froid et très concrets pour ceux vivant dans l’hémisphère nord. Néanmoins tout le monde compatit de la même manière, grelotte, s’inquiète à la venue de cette saison annonciatrice de nouvelle année, nouvelle résolution et nouveau départ. Côté mode, c’est le lancement des fashion weeks et des nouvelles tendances, en sport il fait place au show time avec des évènements majeurs et éclectiques comme la CAN en foot, le All Star Game NBA ou encore le Paris-Dakar, qui ne met plus une roue sur notre continent soit dit en passant. En politique, le serment de Donald Trump va peut-être changer l’équilibre géopolitique à jamais, et en ce qui concerne la culture, les remises de prix du cinéma pointent le bout de leur nez. Cette saison du renouveau est peut-être le signe que l’on attendait depuis si longtemps, l’heure a peut-être sonné, enfin!? Serait-ce au tour de notre beau continent de saisir sa chance et briller? Le début de l’année, c’est aussi l’heure du bilan. Si culturellement nous sommes prêts et on peut constater jour après jour la culture du continent rayonner à un niveau global, sportivement on peut mieux faire, économiquement nous sommes encore très mais très loin de notre plein potentiel et le volet politique reste entre parenthèses. Faut-il perdre espoir pour autant? Non au contraire car comme vous le constaterez dans ce nouveau numéro de l’Afropolitain, jamais autant d’afro-descendants ne se sont autant mobilisés pour faire avancer le débat, bouger les lignes et aller dans le bon sens.

Winter is coming et contrairement à “Game of Thrones”, c’est de bonne augure


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