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Distant relatives I finally got to meet.

The Ma’Ati nation meets the Mursi nation. Finally in a place I began to understand myself. If this pic moves you, please go to the Rift and Omo Valley yourself. These beautiful civilizations, which we’re racing to have again, are under threat due to “development”...

There is bliss when all Africans connect

It's beautiful how being African can create such a strong representation of one's self. I believe that when someone identifies themselves as African, they recognize where they are from but also declare that they are changing what it means to be "African". There are many...

To go back to traditions …

​"To go back to traditions is the first step forward”.. I was raised in a family of 10 siblings and parents devoted to sharing their loves for each other and that of our African Congolese traditions. Now as a musician, creative director, my sole purpose is to...