On the 25th of August we will be hosting #OKWUFEST. The event encompasses Igbo culture and will feature a panel and audience discussion. It will also include, games, challenges, entertainment, refreshments, and an opportunity to connect and have fun with other young Igbo people.Age: 16 – 30 Tickets sold out. There is a now a […]Read More #OKWUFEST 2018 (EVENT)
The Okwu ID panel give their review in the Marvel franchise movie Black Panther.Read More “Should Wakanda replace African history??” – Okwu ID Black Panther Review pt.2
The Okwu ID panel give their review in the Marvel franchise movie Black Panther.Read More “Are African Americans Crying for Help?” – Okwu ID Black Panther Review pt.1
Dec 2017 – Okwu ID hosted the 1st Young Igbo Forum (London UK) the question elaborated in this video: Has the rise of Christianity amongst the Igbos come at the expense of Igbo (Nigerian) culture?Read More Young Igbo Forum: Is Christianity erasing Igbo culture?
06/02/2018 – Kendrick Lamar releases the video to his latest single “All the stars” and it’s riddled with Igbo symbols. Most Igbo people will instantly be able to recognise the very familiar Igbo red cap (fez). The “red cap” in Igboland is currently a symbol of authority, culture and tradition. Historically, some writers suggest it […]Read More Meaning of African (Igbo) Symbols in Kendrick Lamar’s – All The Stars