On our latest sourcing trip, we decided to stop by uShaka Marine Park. We’ve never been to Seaworld in America so this was a new experience for our Black American asses lol… because of a ticket mishap I was a little annoyed but by the end of the day, I can honestly say I never had more fun.
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Top 10 Tufted Couches

by JoviB· January 18, 2018· in LifeStyle· 0 comments
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Layover in Paris

by JoviB· November 18, 2017· in Europe, LifeStyle· 0 comments
It was a long flight and I long day of work before we got on the plane. An even longer layover, so we decided to see Paris in 6hrs… on New Years Day… Why? Because I am an overplanner abd an overachiever ol I love this photo of us… mid flight, zero fucks given lol. I’m the planner but he didn’t forget the lock… he’s such a keeper. I only left the airport to get this pic… my goal is to get a pic in front of every pyramid worldwide.
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Dinner @ Moyo

by JoviB· October 29, 2017· in LifeStyle, South Africa· 0 comments tags: food
It was our first night in South Africa and I had to go to Moyo… I did enough research to know it was the first place we wanted to dine. That time we ate Crocodile and I asked him to try it first… it was cool. 
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Join Us As We Source

by JoviB· October 09, 2017· in LifeStyle· 0 comments
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fashion ave and brooklyn
The African fabric and ornaments with African origin should be a form of trade mark and some sort of identification for every black American who truly accepts their African descent. Black Americans who believe in the Pan-African mindset do agree that they have a role to play in making Africa great, and the one of the ways to do this is to invest in home made goods, buy African products.  If African fair trade products are heavily invested on, funds will be channeled into Africa, and development of the continent becomes more rapid. A developed Africa is an Africa that every black American and blacks all over the world will want to identify with.  It is therefore imperative for every believer of the Pan-African mentality to be truly Pro-Africa. According to R. Raphel, being anti-Africa when you are black is completely impossible. The following are ways by which one can support and contribute to Africa’s greatness: By supporting businesses owned by blacks. By buying home goods produced by Africans, and supporting African  writers, poets, artists, entertainers etc. By offering voluntary services that will help the lives of black youths. Making sure the media doesn’t portray blacks in a negative or […]
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Pan-Africanism is a worldwide intellectual movement channeled towards strengthening and uplifting the feeling of oneness among everyone with an African origin. The movement spreads across, not just continental Africans, but also among Africans in the United States and the Caribbean, drawing from common event like the Atlantic slave trade. The bedrock of this movement rests on the belief that unity is important for the progress of the social, political and economic life of the people and the movement’s aim is to encourage and unite everyone with an African origin. This ideology stresses that the people and countries of Africa have a common destiny. “A belief that African peoples, both on the continent and in the Diaspora, share not merely a common history, but a common destiny”.  This is the backbone of Pan-Africanism. Unlike people of other races living in America, many black Americans do not fully identify with their African ancestry. This disconnection is mostly due to the fact that most black Americans cannot connect to a particular country in Africa, due to the Atlantic slave trade which left no other connection between them and their African ancestry apart from skin color. This feeling of disconnection is the main war […]
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