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Culture

Very Puzzled: Patrick Savi Adom

Very Puzzled: Patrick Savi Adom Patrick Savi Adom is a London based entrepreneur of Ghanaian descent who combines his daily job as an IT specialist with his start-up making games for kids: VeryPuzzled. VeryPuzzled’s mission is to “provide children and young adults of African Caribbean heritage with products that are [...]read more

In Tribute to Africa: Michelle Dybele

In Tribute to Africa: Michelle Dybele Living by Inspiration - says Michelle Dybele when we ask her what her life motto is. She is an actress, film producer, and entrepreneur of Central African heritage and in this interview, she shares a few insights about her journey and living out this motto. [...]read more

Art as a lifestyle: Melisa Mbile Sánchez Nawara

Art as a lifestyle: Melisa Mbile Sánchez Nawara She has a degree in economics from UNGE (National University of Equatorial Guinea), a member of the National Balet Ceiba group, has a great passion for music and dance. She discovers that she has the potential and wood of an artist at [...]read more

Cultural Leadership: Narciso Echuaca Posa

Cultural Leadership: Narciso Echuaca Posa Rotational interview with Narciso Echaca Posa, bubi from Basakato of the Sagrada Familia and Moka. He currently lives in the San Valentín neighborhood and is an entrepreneur, poet and self-taught actor. Narciso discovers what he is passionate about and what he wants to dedicate as [...]read more

Activism Through Literature: Trifonia Melibea Obono

Activism Through Literature: Trifonia Melibea Obono Rotational interview with Trifonia Melibea, is a writer and teacher at UNGE, is a member of "we are part of the world" and a collaborator of the IDMA association. Trifonia Melebea could not give an elaborate definition of who she is. For her, the [...]read more

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 literature platform. Pamela has always been captivated by [...]read more

Sounds of roots: Tomy Mañana Hernandéz

Sounds of roots: Tomy Mañana Hernandéz Success requires sacrifice, work, excitement and love. And if one does not have all these values, it is impossible to get anywhere. Tomás Mañana Hernández, also known as Tomy G , is a composer and singer of feel black in the reggae group Mediterranean [...]read more

Giving voice to values: Zesar Mba

Giving voice to values: Zesar Mba Our interviewee, Zesar Mba Sa, is better known by his stage name: Zesario MC! Zesar, a songwriter and rapper,  hails from Evinayong but was born and raised in the city of Móstoles in Madrid. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing and a Master’s in [...]read more

From listener to storyteller: Justo Bolekia Boleká

From listener to storyteller: Justo Bolekia Boleká As a child, my parents and grandparents told me many stories, until one day I realized I had become a storyteller, too. Justo Bolekia Boleká was born in 1954 in Equatorial Guinea, but has lived in Spain for more than 40 years. We [...]read more

Dreams, Identity & Stories : Alejandra Evui Salmerón

Dreams, Identity & Stories: Alejandra Evui Salmerón Ntutumu Rootencial is delighted to introduce Alejandra Evui Salmerón Ntutumu, a telecommunications engineer born in Spain to an Equatorial-Guinean mother from Niefang and to Spanish father from Murcia. Alejandra also defines herself as a multidisciplinary engineer, or social engineer, due to her passion [...]read more