Finding A Voice Through Art: Justin Kasereka

Finding A Voice Through Art: Justin Kasereka

Finding A Voice Through Art: Justin Kasereka Rootencial is delighted to introduce Justin Kasereka, an emerging Congolese artist and illustrator from the city of Goma in the Democratic Republic of Congo, and creator of our Africa Roots T-shirt illustration. A student...
Family, Philanthropy, Fashion: Noëlla Coursaris Musunka

Family, Philanthropy, Fashion: Noëlla Coursaris Musunka

Family, Philanthropy, Fashion: Noëlla Coursaris Musunka Rootencial is delighted to introduce Noëlla Coursaris Musunka, an international model and philanthropist of Congolese, Swiss and Cypriot descent. She is the founder of Malaika, a grassroots organisation in the...
Writings Inspired By Stories: Angela Nzambi

Writings Inspired By Stories: Angela Nzambi

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...
Aesthetic Activism: Desirée Bela-Lobedde Boleche

Aesthetic Activism: Desirée Bela-Lobedde Boleche

Aesthetic Activism: Desirée Bela-Lobedde Boleche Rootencial interviewed Desirée Bela-Lobedde Boleche, a blogger, activist and Afro-feminist who was born and lives in Barcelona, the Catalonian capital. She is of Equatorial Guinean descent and hails from Bioko island....
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,...

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