March 8, 2018 Unto His Majesty T’Challa, the King of Wakanda, I hope this letter finds you in great spirits as you continue to celebrate the resounding success of your movie. I have watched the movie three times already, and each time I leave with a different...
"More than mere teachers, mentors are often emancipators, freeing artists from poor technique, clouded vision and personal uncertainty." Paul Soderberg Introduction There is a common ideology that runs through all parts of Africa but mainly found in the bantu...
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