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Afropolitain-magazine - Rafiya

Afropop rising star, Rafiya, hails from the Democratic Republic of Congo but is a proud Pan-African. She will be the...
Armando Cabral by AfropolitainMagazine

Model - Armando Cabral & Lula Kenfe Photographe - Horacio Hamlet & Sean Waltrous Styliste - Suzette Selman & Mensor...
Afropolitain - Thirsty cat

So today it's Thursday, The Fourth day of the week, pronounced First day by our french friends, Thirst day for...
Afropolitain Magazine - The Afro Of Today For Tomorrow - Issue #2 - Short Hair

Clothes have to match one’s hair style. Afro women who change hairstyles often know that very well. With long, smooth...
Afropolitain Magazine - Sister Rosetta Tharpe performing in Café Society in 1940 - photo by Charles Peterson

Sister Rosetta Tharpe From poverty to fame. Southern-born. Chicago-raised. New York-made. First great recording star of gospel music. One of...
Afropolitain Magazine - Le Malheur De Vivre - Ndeye Fatou-Kane

Le Malheur De Vivre - Ndeye Fatou-Kane Young, beautiful, seductive and only daughter of the retailers couple Amadou and Mariam...
Afropolitain Magazine - Etiopia - Omo river valley

The Surmas are a pastoral tribe of southwest Ethiopia, nestled in the Omo valley, the very place where the traces...
Afropolitain Magazine - Baobab Tree

The baobab tree is Africa’s best kept secret. It has been used as shelters, jails, post offices, bush pubs and...
Afropolitain Magazine - Family

It makes sense to ponder over the “wheel of happiness”. Where does it begin? Should we be satisfied of making...
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