(+44) 7518609210
en
0
  • No products in the cart.
VIEW CART Total: £0.00

Culture

Very Puzzled: Patrick Savi Adom

J: Hi Patrick. Please tell us a bit about who you are and what you do. P: I’m Patrick, I’m 40-something years old and I live in London. I was born in Ghana and grew up there until I was seven, when I moved to the UK. I’ve spent most [...]read more

Lessons we can learn from Ethiopian cuisine: Yishak Fantu

Lessons we can learn from Ethiopian cuisine: Yishak Fantu Meet Yishak Fantu, a restaurateur based in London. From Ethiopia, he embarked on a journey to the United Kingdom, where he has now spent almost two decades. We spoke to Yishak for WorldRemit in his top-rated restaurant located in Arsenal, London, [...]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

Finding African roots through literature: Pamela Ohene Nyako

Finding African roots through literature: Pamela Ohene Nyako Pamela Ohene Nyako has always been captivated by history. When she was young, she devoured books about ancient Egypt and Greece, learnt about the Holocaust from her German grandmother and was drawn to black history, including learning about legendary American civil rights [...]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

Art Runs Through My Veins: Emmanuel Awanga

Art Runs Through My Veins: Emmanuel Awanga Rootencial is delighted to introduce Emmanuel Awanga, a painter and an artist in Kinshasa, the capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo and the largest French-speaking city in the world. Exhibiting his work in a vibrant backstreet art market just off Kinshasa’s central Boulevard [...]read more

Organic Love for Art: Fungai Marima

Organic Love for Art: Fungai Marima On a drizzly January afternoon, Fungai Marima welcomes Rootencial to her art studio in London’s majestic Old Manor Park Library. One of the UK’s first free public libraries when it opened in 1905, it remained a hub of intellectual exploration for east Londoners for [...]read more

Heritage, artistry and championing culture: Muna Lobé

Heritage, artistry and championing culture: Muna Lobé When Muna Lobé started developing her creative consulting firm, she drew upon her deep passion for the arts and her roots in Ghana, Cameroon and the West Indies. Her identity is at the heart of AYA Consulting, which works directly with artists and art [...]read more

Writings Inspired By Stories: Angela Nzambi

Rootencial is delighted to introduce Angela Nzambi, a writer native of Lía, a town in the district of Bata – Equatorial Guinea, who also works with refugees, and whose writings are inspired by personal and professional stories. JB: Who is Angela Nzambi? AN: I don’t know how to answer to [...]read more