RippleNami: An African App Changing How We Look at the World

Of all the major developments of the Information Age, data visualization has been one of the most significant. Edward Tufte, a prominent American scholar who has been studying examples of data visualization since they first appeared on cave paintings of the Paleolithic period, has said that science and art have something in common: they both…

Africa Tech Summit Kigali: A Successful Start to Continued Innovation and Development

While movie fans around the world are preparing for the premiere of the Hollywood film Black Panther, which is centered on the challenges faced by an isolated African technocracy, hundreds of technology leaders gathered in the capital of Rwanda to discuss a blueprint for future development across the Continent. On Valentine’s Day, representatives from 29…

Pan African Film Fest 2018 – Showcasing Black Experiences Through Film and Art

What if there were an event that was 100% dedicated to black movies and black art from around the globe? What if the event was especially focused on reinforcing positive images and helping to destroy negative stereotypes of the black experience? What if this event was sponsored by everyone from government officials and sports teams…

Sabrina Simader: Breaking the Glass Ceiling on Alpine Skiing

Sabrina Simader: Breaking the Glass Ceiling on Alpine Skiing During the upcoming 2018 Winter Olympics Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea, there will be one competitor’s name that will surely standout from the rest in the alpine skiing events: Sabrina Wanjiku Simader. The February 9th to 25th games will be an opportunity for the 19-year old…