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Embracing women diversity through nude: Ade Hassan, MBE

Embracing women diversity through nude: Ade Hassan, MBE Rootencial tiene el honor de presentar a Ade Hassan, empresaria establecida en Londres y de descendencia nigeriana. Llevada por su determinación para celebrar la diversidad, Ade decidió crear Nubian Skin, una marca de productos de lencería y medias, con el objetivo de [...]read more

The African Diaspora Awards 2019

The African Diaspora rolls out 2019 Honours The 2019 edition of The African Diaspora(TAD) Awards took place on Friday 15 March at a dinner gala at The Mayfair Hotel where various individuals and organisations were honoured for their contribution and promotion of Africa. Rootencial was delighted to be part of [...]read more

Breaking barriers, fighting fire: Juvencio Celestino Obiang

Breaking barriers, fighting fire: Juvencio Celestino Obiang Rootencial interviews Juvencio Celestino Obiang Mañana, born in 1966 in Equatorial Guinea. As Madrid’s first-ever black firefighter, today he’s working to become chief of staff. Juvencio tells us about his career as a young man passionate about football in Equatorial Guinea, before he [...]read more

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, and is an African diaspora community organiser. Leonard grew up in West Africa, largely in Gabon [...]read more

Adding diversity: Monica Obono Ndongo

Adding diversity: Monica Obono Ndongo Rootencial welcomes Mónica Obono Ndongo Okenve, a 35-year old Madrilena born to Equatorial Guinean parents. Monica has two kids and now lives in London. She works in the classical music department of Warner Music, one of the world’s largest record labels. https://rootencial.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/audio/08.-MONICA-NDONGO-OKENVE_FINAL1.mp3 Rootencial welcomes Mónica [...]read more

Experiment, Experiment, Experiment!: Junior Adebayo

Experiment, experiment, experiment! : Junior ‘Debo’ Adebayo Rootencial is proud to introduce Junior “Debo” Adebayo.Debo grew up in London but hails from Nigeria and, at 27 years of age, today he is a successful doctor in the UK’s National Health Service. Debo loved biology at school and excelled in his [...]read more

Leaving A Print: 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 and inspiration, demonstrates that, despite the challenges and [...]read more

Harnessing my 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 her studies in social education. Photography. Clothing. Fashion. These [...]read more

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, drawing upon different types of art including poetry and drama. Born [...]read more