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Pulse TV Interview & Other Activities.

Hello all! It has been a busy month for Ebisan so we thought we’d share a few pictures and a video with you.  Enjoy!

On Sunday the 15th of March, Ebisan opened the Etisalat Prize for Literature event with her awesome rendition of the Nigerian national anthem.   119 more words

Ebisan

ANGELIQUE KIDJO - Goodwill Mission Leads To Uplifting Recording

REGARDED AS AFRICA’S VOICE, ANGELIQUE KIDJO’S LATEST ALBUM CERTAINLY REFLECTS THIS IN ALL ITS GRIEF AND GLORY. HOWEVER, IT ALSO TORE OUT HER HEART, AS RIP NICHOLSON LEARNS. 531 more words

US Artists

Jane and Goliath

Women and girls from Russia to Libya stand up to the powers that be—and refused to be intimidated—as they lead the charge for change in their worlds.

Human And Civil Rights

Clarify: Women Leading Push For Girls' Education

On International Women’s Day, (my client) Global Partnership for Education recognizes in this post (with contributions by Weintraub Communications) 15 women who have helped promote girls’ education. 169 more words

In The News

Angelique Kidjo won her second Grammy, this time for her album EVE, released in 2014. The Grammy was awarded in the World Music category. Angelique was nominated alongside Malian father and son duo  40 more words

Random Musings

African Women at Grammy's Award: Angélique Kidjo

Of course my obsession with African women has touched all corners or society: from so-called developing countries to cinema and of course music.  76 more words

Women