Face2face Africa kicked off Black History Month on February 1st with a celebration of its contemporary pan-African magazine in Hollywood, California. The release celebration, produced by Miss Dunnie O, took place at one of Hollywood’s finest venues, St. Felix Lounge.
In attendance were notable professionals within the pan-African community, including support from organizations such as the Pan-African Film Festival, Ankara Festival Los Angeles, Africa Fashion Week Los Angeles, and more. F2FA Maiden issue cover models/brothers Kwame Boateng, Kofi Siriboe, and Kwesi Boakye also took center stage on the red carpet with filmmakers Bambadjan Bamba, Mohamed Dione and other personalities in showbiz.
Speaking on the mission of F2FA Magazine, Editor-in -Chief Sandra Appiah, who also has a talk show in the works, touched on the need for Africa to have its own voice, and stressed on the necessity of a more unified pan-African community.
Since its launch, F2FA has received great reviews and has been tagged a publication that could help mend race relations. Click Here to Order Your Copy!
Photos by: Kamara Brown