Wilkine Brutus is a Haitian-American writer, web series producer and freelance multimedia journalist with millions of content views across YouTube and social media, covering international travel, intercultural communication and geopolitics.
His forward-thinking approach to human relations, parti...
Source: Wilkine BrutusIn 2014, during the last leg of my four years in South Korea, I was trying to imagine what my middle school boys thought of me as I stood in front of a flat-screen TV that displayed an image of Black Panther leading the Avengers.
For the month of February, we are celebrating black love and the following South African music videos, old and new, do exactly just that.Read ahead for 20 SA music videos celebrating both the love shared with a partner and the love for one's self—because they're both equally important.1. LaSauce "I Do" (ft. Amanda Black)VIDEOPriddy Ugly and Bontle Modisele, who star in this video, are goals.
Africa's contemporary art and cultural boom remains a major topic of global discussion, and some of its diasporic wave permeated through Art Basel and Miami Art Week. Extended dates for Prizm Art Fair keeps the party going until December 17th. The international community––aficionados, gallerists, artists, curators and deep-pocket collectors––continue to swarm the Magic City, clamoring for unique art fairs and exhibitions and stalking around 268 galleries from 32 countries.
"Your co-worker only sees one side of you. Your friends only see one side of you. But a computer sees all kids of sides of you and so we can get better than human level accuracy at predicting your behavior" - Christopher Wylie, Cambridge Analytica https://twitter.com/Channel4News/status/975035005977186304
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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