“Feed yourself from your roots and take over your future”
Afroculture.net is an international media on Afro-Caribbean culture. It presents beauty and cultural wealth of African, Caribbean, Afro-American and Afro-Latino culture.
This website was created by blogger Charlotte B alias Shiny Iris. With more than 200,000 visits per month, 71,000 subscribers on Facebook, 35,400 subscribers on You tube, Afroculture.net quickly established itself as a reference website on Afro-Caribbean culture.
A few words from founder and creator of website
“Feed yourself from your roots and take over your future.” This sentence sums up perfectly the extraordinary adventure from Afroculture.net. After having hosted a show on radio about African culture, I had the idea during my many trips to Africa, France, England, Spain to create this multicultural blog. Alone, I created, wrote each article of this website while developing our social networks. By dint of hard work, faith and perseverance, a human being can move mountains.
Aware that some people are not sufficiently represented in society. I gave myself a mission to talk about what we don’t see and to bring people together. We are indirectly all witnesses of these actors often forgotten history. And I think we all have a duty to remember by giving voice to what we don’t hear enough.
Inform, inspire, motivate and give confidence to those who are often forgotten, complete with notions of faith, perseverance and generosity. These are the values that represent Afroculture.net.
Often, destiny leads you to do great things and not follow the path you have been traced. We want to live from our dreams, to undertake and build our own future. Much more than a site, we are also an ethnic online store Cultureafro.net. Every purchase made on our website helps disadvantaged children through our association.
I sincerely thank you for your trust. Thank you for being more and more numerous every day.
Website and partners
- Afroculture.net (FR)
- Afroculture.net English (EN)
- Facebook Afroculture.net (FR)
- Facebook Afroculture.net English (EN)
- You Tube