African Heritages

Happy International Women’s Day

ADUNAGOW Magazine celebrates all women around the globe today as part of the 2014 International Women's Day. International Women's Day (8 March) is a global day celebrating the economic, political and social achievements of women past, present and future. In some places like China, Russia, Vietnam and Bulgaria, International Women's Day is a national holiday.

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Why I didn’t go to church Today – Black Lives Matter
NYC action in solidarity with Ferguson. Mo, encouraging a boycott of Black Friday Consumerism.

Why I didn’t go to church Today – Black Lives Matter

I usually don't like writing blog posts in response to current events, because I believe everyone needs time to think and reflect before speaking up (or in this case, writing) about any hot topics, because words are spoken and they will never be unspoken. Out of our mouth comes the power to give life and at the same time the power to take it away.

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Celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. Day

As a naturalized African American (originally from the Congo Democratic in Central Africa), I realized that this wonderful day (along with many others to come) could not have been possible if a certain group of people stood up for my future, knowing for sure that they might not get a taste of it as they confront unthinkable injustice and ideology rooted in the American society.

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Knowing Your Financial Stats To Get out of Debt

Think about this scenario: You get a chance to share a dinner meeting with Bill Gates and Warren Buffet. During the event, Bill proposes to pay your debt in full, only if you know how much you're currently in Debt. To make it interesting, Warren joins the conversation and propose to double your Net Worth if you know your value. You only need to be within +/- 10% of your actual numbers.

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African Proverb of the Day – 2

"If you are ugly you must either learn to dance or make love." ~ Zimbabwe This is a very good one. There is a true wisdom key hidden within these words; and it has nothing to do with dancing and making love. First of all, these two acts are mentioned because it captures the African high interests and natural skills. When it comes to dancing and making love, Africans stand out high - we are after all, the cradle of Humankind.

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