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May Theme “The African Man”

In May, we’ll be calling attention to our fathers, grandfathers, brothers, sons, and uncles with our theme “The African Man.” If you know of an African man who you’d like to see featured and recognized on our blog, please contact us at with your written or visual submission. We appreciate all entries and love … Continue reading

Wrap up: April 2012 “The African Woman”

April’s coming to an end and so is our series of posts dedicated to “The African Woman.” During the course of this month we shined light on everyday heroes and appreciated their work and commitment to not only ensuring that their families function but their communities as well. We explored the works of poets, authors, … Continue reading

“The African Woman” Contest

To go along with our “The African Woman” theme for the month of April, we’re having a contest to win a free “Africa is Done Suffering” t-shirt. (Click link to see more from our shirt gallery on main website.) All you have to do to enter is write a piece about an African woman who … Continue reading

April Theme “The African Woman”

In April, we’ll be saluting all of our beautiful mothers, grandmothers, sisters, daughters, and aunties, with the reoccurring theme “The African Woman.” We’ll be highlighting the strength and majestic nature of the African woman and calling attention to her ability to maintain the house and raise our future generations. Click to access all articles pertaining … Continue reading

February’s Theme: “The Problem”

For the month of February, our blog posts will have the general theme addressing “The Problem.” In these posts, we’ll look to acknowledge the issues that exist with the perception that people hold of Africa. Whether the focus is from a culturally standpoint, personal experience, economically speaking, etc. our team’s mission is to communicate with … Continue reading

This is the Beginning

I want to thank the people who have already begun following and liking our posts on here. And I’d like to thank the people who have endured our technical difficulties during the construction phrase of our building this website. For those of you who are interested and want more information about what Rise Africa is, … Continue reading