Blog #17: 2 Groundbreaking Real Estate Developments Aimed to Improve the Lives of Black People

It’s February, which is Black History Month, in the United States. I believe that Black History Month should celebrate the past, the present, and future of the African diaspora. I recently learned of these two community developments headed up by black people in the United States. Africatown in Greater Seattle Inspired by the original, historicContinue reading “Blog #17: 2 Groundbreaking Real Estate Developments Aimed to Improve the Lives of Black People”

Blog #6: Can Bamboo Encourage Development in Africa?

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Blog #4: 10 Reasons to Love Bamboo (or for the Love of Bamboo)

Historically, bamboo has been a basic construction material in tropical regions of the world, often used for shacks, stalls, fences, scaffolding and sunscreens. However, it doesn’t have to remain that way. Today, bamboo can serve as an invaluable building material for permanent buildings and structures, especially in developing countries, in place of steel or reinforcedContinue reading “Blog #4: 10 Reasons to Love Bamboo (or for the Love of Bamboo)”

Blog #2: Uber & Lasgidi Transit

On June 28, I opened and read the Morning Brew newsletter and came across the article, “Hey Lagos Residents, Uber Wants to Float Your Boat”. Uber is launching a water taxi service in Lagos, Nigeria. It’s a city I’m very familiar with, and the most populous city on the African continent. This took me backContinue reading “Blog #2: Uber & Lasgidi Transit”