Never Forget

Afrigens Docu-series is Finally Here

We’re excited to finally be launching the first season of AfriGens @Work! After an adventurous and profound experience interviewing, filming, editing and lots of behind-the-scenes work, we are ready to share our docu-series with the world. Look out for the first episode on Sunday, November 20, 2016. Follow our YouTube […]

Introducing AfriGens Docu-Series

Study hard. Go to college. Become a doctor. Don’t forget where you came from. These four mantras have been drilled into the hearts and minds of first and second generation Africans since childhood. For a majority of African immigrants, their life savings was used to make the trip to America, […]

Why African Immigrant Students Keep Winning

Published on Face2Face Africa  During the recent graduation season, a number of African immigrant students were lauded for receiving scholarships to Ivy League institutions, graduating in significant numbers and leading the pace in graduation levels compared to other immigrant groups. There are reasons why first-generation African immigrants are winning the […]

First Generation African Notes

For the first time in my adult life, I am witnessing first generation Africans flourish in America. When I look at my social media feed, I see dynamic pictures of African entrepreneurs, thought leaders, artists, doctors, students, models all pursing their dreams and in some cases living their dreams. These […]