Impressions – Librairie Ephemere

Présentée par le Groupe Banque TD, Impressions est une exposition de livres, vinyles et illustrations rappelant l’importante contribution des Noirs au patrimoine culturel et intellectuel mondial. L'exposition se tiendra du 10 au 17 février 2017 à Montréal, durant le  Le Mois de l'Histoire des Noirs / Black History Month. Elle permettra aux visiteurs de découvrir et... Continue Reading →


Breakout Nations by Ruchir Sharma

As someone who has studied, and, is now working in Finance, I was pretty much impressed by this book. How did I come across it in the first place? Well, I was reading Vogue India  the other day, when I stumbled upon an interview of the author Ruchir Sharma. Whoever said that women magazine's was useless? As the title... Continue Reading →

We need new names By Noviolet Bulawayo

This is my first time reading a book set in Zimbabwe. And I love it, I learn so many things. Honestly, Southern Africa has always been a very distant land in my mind. Whoever say that Africans know their continent well? I was born in Dakar, Senegal - West Africa - and that is 6055.87 kilometers or 3767.34... Continue Reading →

Winner Take all: China’s Race for resources by Dambisa Moyo

 We have all heard strange stories about China’s presence in Africa. From the New AU's- African Union- headquarter to a collapsing hospital in Angola. For instance, I am thinking of this story I read on New African - The biggest-selling panAfrican magazine in English- that Chinese expatriates were eating the stray cats and dogs of the... Continue Reading →

Makeba: My Story by Myriam Makeba

I got interested in this book after watching a documentary called MAMA AFRICA at the Montreal Black Film Festival. I was so stunned by the depth of my lack of knowledge on this lady that i decided to order the book right away. This is her official biography that was written in 1989, so i... Continue Reading →

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