Culture as a social masterpiece: Recaredo Silebó Boturu

Culture as a social masterpiece: Recaredo Silebó Boturu

Culture as a social masterpiece: Recaredo Silebó Boturu Rootencial is delighted to introduce Recaredo Silebó Boturu, otherwise known as ‘Boturu.’ He is the director of the Bocamandja theatre group, which has become the greatest exponent of Equatorial Guinean theatre,...
A Poet for Action: Leonard Tshitenge

A Poet for Action: Leonard Tshitenge

A Poet for Action: Leonard Tshitenge Rootencial is delighted to introduce Leonard Tshitenge, a Congolese-American spoken-word poet and social entrepreneur living in Boston. Tshitenge has organized African cultural festivals, launched the Progressive African Network,...
Harnessing your difference: Catalina Mazebo Pecho

Harnessing your difference: Catalina Mazebo Pecho

Harnessing your difference: Catalina Mazebo Pecho Rootencial presents Catalina Mazebo Pecho or Cata as she’s known by her friends. Catalina, who was born in Madrid to Equatorial Guinean and Angolan parents, is a fashion blogger, combining her passion for fashion with...
Leaving a mark: Primo José Meñan

Leaving a mark: Primo José Meñan

Leaving A Print: Primo José Meñan Rootencial is delighted to introduce Primo José Meñan, now also known by his artistic pseudonym Afriquito, who reflects on some of the experiences that have helped define his new passion – theater. His story, full of reflection...
Be Who You Are: Pamela Ohene Nyako

Be Who You Are: Pamela Ohene Nyako

Be Who You Are: Pamela Ohene Nyako Rootencial is delighted to introduce Pamela Ohene Nyako, a 26-year old academic and afrofeminist from Geneva. She conducts research on Black European history at the University of Geneva and founded and leads Afrolitt, a Black...