Translucent images of long ago, of Black men and women, backs bent, picking cotton under an unforgiving sun, are artistically displayed on standing glass panels in a museum carved out of an old brick gin mill in the Mississippi Delta.
In Zereoué’s homeland of Côte d’Ivoire, traditional cooking usually consists of some kind of stew with vegetables and braised poultry or fish.
While some people enjoy the camaraderie of working out at a fitness club, others prefer to exercise in the privacy of their own home. Those who are buying fitness equipment for their personal use should visit a specialty fitness retailer.
The Africa Travel Association, a New York nonprofit promoting tourism to Africa and intra-Africa travel and partnership, holds its second annual U.S.-Africa Seminar in Washington, D.C., on Feb. 19–20.
Through the open doors of the Take the Lead Dance Studio, strains of Nina Simone’s “I Want a Little Sugar in My Bowl” sashay out into the rain-splattered streets of West Philadelphia. Inside, under the light confetti strewn from a silver disco ball, about 60 people pair off — most just long enough to test out their kinetic compatibility and practice a few moves.