A good friend encouraged me to blog after the many interesting conversations we have, and so Ad’s Diaspora was born. Although sporadic for some time, I’m finding my groove and this blog is evolving.
The foundation will always be the African diaspora experience across various facets of life, including representation in media, beauty, fashion, business and the underrepresented cuisine of African food from various parts of the continent.
Because I was tired of seeing a stereotypical narrative of black people in the media, or no narrative at all in some spaces. So I write about the stories I want to see. My blog allows me to intertwine and share my voice with stories that resonate with me.
Nothing supplements a blog more than good pictures! I’ve put in reference links to pictures on my blog. If there’s one that I’ve missed, sorry! Please let me know and I will add it, or if (it’s yours) you want it removed I will do so. However, some pics will be taken by me too.
If you’re reading my blog then it must resonate with you (regardless of your ethnic origin), so whether you agree, disagree, like or don’t, let me know….comment, interact, engage, debate! You’re just a click away…
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Ad+s Diaspora Blog:
Snippets of an African legacy
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