Monthly Archives: September 2010

Raising African Children in the Diaspora.

Raising black African children in Diaspora can be quite challenging to immigrant parents. Here’s an interesting paper on the subject. Parenthood in itself is tough enough let alone doing it in a new country where the host culture is different … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the Nigerian Animation Scene.

The Nigerian animation and visual effects industry is a young and new one. There are many people in it with lots of drive and energy. But one of the factors affecting it has been that of the establishment of proper … Continue reading

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Behind the scenes of one of Africa’s new children’s cartoon series.

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Too Many Blacks on Children’s TV!! Are You Serious?

Here’s a forum thread we came across recently regarding race and television. http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/showthread.php?t=689485  .Now, it’s nothing new but that’s the problem. The people having this debate are students who are probably between 20 and 25 on average. This just happens … Continue reading

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Paint Our Blog!!!!

We love drawing! That’s why we do cartoons and animations. Our parents used to complain when we used to draw over anything in the house. Now your children can show their talents to the world by drawing on our website … Continue reading

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