Congo Independence Day is coming… !
We chose to share this picture with you today because not only it is a beautiful celebration of Congolese culture but on top of that it captures the essence of what Lisanga is.
Lisanga Anniversary : We are One !
Lisanga celebrates its first anniversary party at Bidhaar !
Happy International Women’s Month !
Lisanga Vibes celebrated International Women’s Month with a lovely panel of guests.
Black Excellence : Lashana Lynch & Lewis Hamilton
Lashana Lynch and Lewis Hamilton were the highlight of November !
Let’s go the Lux African Market #4 !
LIKABA, a Luxembourg-based non profit-organisation, has held the 4th edition of its Lux African Market which is the biggest event of the year last week.
Inside the Black Fashion Xperience of Adama Paris
Last week, our team attended the Black Fashion Xperience show in Paris. The show, organised by the infamous designer Adama Paris, came back after 3 years of absence stronger than ever.
And that’s how we kicked off !
Lisanga Vibes had its soft launch in January this year !
AfroMoya : All African & Caribbean events in one go !
This month, AfroMoya launched its amazing website which is entirely dedicated to promoting African and Caribbean events for all of us !
Vidolé Books : Customisable African stories for the littles ones
Vidolé books, les “Livres Vidolé” in French, are a very innovative way of consuming books for our little ones. Vidolé means ‘a child is wealth’ in Fon language spoken in Benin and Togo.
Cocoa Girl Mag : 1st UK Black Girl Magazine
Cocoa Girl Mag, the first UK Black girls magazine has been launched this month and its first issue is sold out
We Remember : Stephen Lawrence Day
Stephen Lawrence was a young man with dreams and ambitions like all young people of his age.
Mercy Baguma : Black Lives Matter here too…
Last month, Mercy Baguma, was found lifeless in her flat next to her starving baby. This young Ugandan woman lost her job following the expiry of her ‘right-to-work’ in the UK.
We Say Their Names : Floribert Chebeya
Today, we want to remember and honour Floribert Chebeya an incredible human rights activist who lost his life at the hand of police because of his work in the organisation the “Voice of the Voiceless” for 20 years.
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