The African Descent Network , “ADN” which is the French version of the English word ” DNA ” allows us to have a conversation within the African diaspora. The African diaspora is experiencing division and this is slowing us down!We recently realized that they were challenges that needed to be addressed. Such as comparison, division, hatred.We are
Miss Ebony World 2020-2021
The stunning, beautiful Nigerian-American, Stephanie Nwogu who was raised in the MD/DC – Metropolitan area emerged winner on the Miss Ebony World virtual contest on July 27th 2020.
Miss Ebony World Class of 2019
Black is more than just a colour, it's our identity!
Our mission is to close the gap between women of the African Diaspora
Celebrating beauty and creativity within the Ebony community
We aspire to cultivate a movement of self-love for women of the African Diaspora
The contest is to empower African youth living in the Diaspora. Nominate outspoken youth ambassador with the characteristics of a result-oriented leadership to crown the Queen.
to help young African women Internationally find their strength and grasp their passions to the next level. Thereby, ignite their inner selves to action in shaping their lives. Motivate them to contribute their quota to the changing world.
Who we are
We are much more than a pageant. Miss Ebony World is not only a celebration of cultural and Identity, but it is also a humanitarian and social based organization, an empowering movement that uses pageant to bridge the gap between the African diaspora while focusing on strengthening and reuniting the community and empower the African diaspora, one woman at a time.
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Miss Ebony World 2019 Interview
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Ever since I was young, when someone talked about pageants, I scrunched up my nose and tuned them out. You see, in my mind pageants were designed ONLY for the skinny and slim, the beautiful and flawless skinned girls. To be in a pageant you needed to have the nice slender long legs and eat
Black history month In the United States the month of February is observed to celebrate Black history month. We use this month to remember the important contributions and achievements of African Americans throughout our nation’s history. But even more than this, we can size the opportunity to remember too- offen neglected accomplishment of black in
Way to go #misssouthsudan ! Hope Helena Is investing in her community service on a regular basis through volunteering, activism, fundraising, outreach and education. It’s important to look beyond the crown and have a greater vision for your service. You become a Miss —- by walking the walk everyday.
DO YOU HAVE WHAT IT TAKES?
Apply For Miss Ebony World 2020
Apply today and, become part of a great a great Sisterhood.