Dagny Zenovia

Kente Cloth, U.S. Congress, and Terminology

The tricky thing about this era of rapid information is that whenever you do "too much," you can never please everyone. In this video, I respond to a question from you. I discuss the nuances behind the reaction to the U.S. Congress wearing Kente cloth while presenting a police reform bill, the historical origin and…

Dagny Zenovia

What We Can Learn from Economic Oppression and Black People Everywhere

If you want to know why something is happening, follow the money. To further the discussion to heal the distance between Africa and its Diaspora, let us go over the historical and current economic oppression that influences and determines the Black experience. In this video and post, I am focusing on Black America and Ghana.…

Dagny Zenovia

Do You + Africa + World Support Black Lives Matter and Humanity

Black Lives Matter. This post is a resource for you to support that fact. I speak to different groups of people in this post. The overall premise to keep note of is to answer for yourself what you are doing proactively, outside of social media, to make sure Black people are safe around you and…

Dagny Zenovia Morocco Travel

To Morocco, With Love: Travel Guide

There is a certain freedom in being present while experiencing something new. Travel can do that to you. Like flying a magic carpet, it can feel unbelievable and simple at the same time. I spent New Year’s in Morocco. This was my first visit to the northern region of the Royal Continent and it was…

Too Much Ivory. Too Little Coverage.

Originally written December 2013 The resurgence of poaching in Africa needs to be re-introduced to the West to portray the magnitude of the threat in having a world without elephants or rhinos. Unfortunately, there are not many journalists covering this important story. The Western media maintains a distant narrative on this issue. Focusing on numbers…