An Indian fashion designer spotlights transgender women for her new sari collection — Quartz

It was a risk that has paid off for Kerala-based designer Sharmila Nair. Two weeks ago, Nair hired transgender women to model for her latest sari collection called Mazhavi (rainbow in Malayalam.) And to her surprise, she is swamped with orders like never before. The collection is called the rainbow because the designer has used…

via An Indian fashion designer spotlights transgender women for her new sari collection — Quartz

Rahul Yadav: The bad boy of Indian startups is finally acting like an adult — Quartz

Before Rahul Yadav was unceremoniously kicked out from the company he founded, there were whispers about how the 26-year-old former CEO of real estate listings website, Housing.com, could even be India’s version of Steve Jobs. A dropout from the elite Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, Yadav had already built a company valued at $250 million…

via Rahul Yadav: The bad boy of Indian startups is finally acting like an adult — Quartz

The Intersection of Love and Loss: Children of Incarcerated Parents — TIME

Isadora Kosofsky has been photographing since she was 14 years old. After she turned 18, she started to focus her work on the U.S. criminal justice system – looking, for example, at the impact the vast and complicated juvenile justice system has on young prisoners and their families. Now, in her most recent project, published…

via The Intersection of Love and Loss: Children of Incarcerated Parents — TIME

How Rwanda Turned a Toxic Menace Into a Source of Power — TIME

Lake Kivu, straddling the borders of Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo, offers a landscape of extraordinary beauty, framed by towering volcanoes and lush green slopes rich with tea, coffee and banana plantations. But deep beneath the surface of the lake lurks a terrifying menace: waters saturated with methane, carbon dioxide and hydrogen sulfide…

via How Rwanda Turned a Toxic Menace Into a Source of Power — TIME

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Hello everyone, Africa Talk Magazine second edition is coming soon!

Come and advertise your self, Schools, Fashion, Businesses and lots more. We recommend this to all artists in Egypt to showcase their talents. Let people know about you. Make your voice to be heard more.

Everyday activities are new opportunity to dreamers.You have a goal? Work towards it and let the universe rise to support you and make it work. You are going somewhere somedays! This is how your happiness begin to explore when you give it room. It flourishes in a gradual process. Give it a chance! And you will never regret it.

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What Teen Girls Should Eat to Avoid Breast Cancer — TIME

Fruits and vegetables are staples in a healthy diet, and that includes one aimed at preventing cancer. Many studies have documented the lower risk of various cancers among people who eat more fresh produce, and avoid things like red and processed meat. But the majority of those studies have focused on adults, and it’s becoming…

via What Teen Girls Should Eat to Avoid Breast Cancer — TIME

Rihanna Launches a Scholarship Program Like the Queen That She Is — TIME

Bad Gal Ri Ri is doing some serious good with her latest project — a scholarship program that will award international and U.S. students attending college in the U.S. The eight-time Grammy winner announced on Monday that she would be starting a global scholarship program through her organization, the Clara Lionel Foundation. The singer told…

via Rihanna Launches a Scholarship Program Like the Queen That She Is — TIME