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Moustapha Alassane was born in 1942 in N'Dougou, Niger. He was a director and actor, known for Kokoa (1985), Toula ou Le génie des eaux (1974) and Bon voyage, Sim (1966). He died on March 17, 2015 in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso.

Moustapha Alassane was born in 1942 in N'Dougou, Niger. He was a director and actor, known for Kokoa (1985), Toula ou Le génie des eaux (1974) and Bon voyage, Sim (1966). He died on March 17, 2015 in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso.

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New York based photographer, Nakeya B’s work is noted for its relatability and ability to flip the gaze on to the viewer, forcing them to see themselves in her photographed subjects. This characteristic is replicated in her photo series on ‘Good Hair’, an exploration of the obsession and consumption of  “natural feeling, lighter, softer” Kanekalon hair, within the black community.

New York based photographer, Nakeya B’s work is noted for its relatability and ability to flip the gaze on to the viewer, forcing them to see themselves in her photographed subjects. This characteristic is replicated in her photo series on ‘Good Hair’, an exploration of the obsession and consumption of “natural feeling, lighter, softer” Kanekalon hair, within the black community.

“Homosexuals Have Come to Heaven” is scientifically inspirational and theologically confrontational. It explores Homosexuality in Ghana and globally, challenging prejudices and portraying two parallel battles over the subject. In this compelling saga on homosexuality and its epic struggle, culture, Law, science fiction, paranormal phenomena, spirituality, sexuality and Theology engage in an arena laced with hypocrisy, controversy and conviction. Will Homosexuality win in the end?

“Homosexuals Have Come to Heaven” is scientifically inspirational and theologically confrontational. It explores Homosexuality in Ghana and globally, challenging prejudices and portraying two parallel battles over the subject. In this compelling saga on homosexuality and its epic struggle, culture, Law, science fiction, paranormal phenomena, spirituality, sexuality and Theology engage in an arena laced with hypocrisy, controversy and conviction. Will Homosexuality win in the end?

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Nana Ocran hosting Meet the Afrofuturists - Milan Design Week at La Rinascente (April 2013). Featured speakers were Marieme Jamme (Senegal), Cyrus Kabiru (Nairobi), Kelly Berman (Cape Town), Jennifer Wolfe (US and Lagos), Nat Amarteifio (Accra), award-winning architect Kunlé Adeyemi (Lagos), Christina de Middel (UK).

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