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Street Etiquette interview with ARISE TV (360)

We finally got the chance to sit down for a television interview this past week. It’s surreal to see how far the internet, and a strong message can bring you in life, especially when you stick to your guns.

We receive a lot of questions in our inbox questioning exactly what our titles are, and what do we do in particular. Hopefully this video helps a bit to understand our world, but at the same time how possible it is for anyone to do the same with their own craft. 

Thanks to Arise for inviting us on the show.


My Father’s Traditional Wedding

So I disappeared for a few days because I went back home to Aba to attend my father’s wedding. At 70 years old, I guess it is never too late to find some sort of happiness. Having been single for goodness knows how long and over a decade of coming home to a dark (we literally have no electricity at home) and empty house, I’m so happy that things will be a bit different. Everyone danced in the rain, both the young and old and everything smelt of sweat, palm-wine and firewood. My father wanted a small affair and was a bit grumpy that it turned into a full out celebration, but who could help that??!

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Hey Black Millennials,

Thank you helping us reach our first goal of getting 100 facebook likes. Now we need your help again. We only have 6 more days left in our very first branding campaign and we need to sell 12 pieces of merch to meet our goal of selling 20 items. Please reblog and share these tumblr & facebook links.

As bonafide members of the millennial generation, our mission is to use the media as a platform to showcase the diversity within Black millennials. That we navigate different spaces and roles in our communities off- and on-line. We want to document the intersectional experiences of Black Millennials often ignored in the mainstream media as we continue to forge new paths.

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We need your help. We need to sell 10 pieces of merch in 4 days! Please buy, reblog, signal boost, whatever you can do. follow & like us: .::instagram::facebook::.

We did a collab recently with a dope artist/ mixer named Mistah Rapsey aka stayingunderground for this branding campaign. click to hear the mix

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