Celebrate the artist in all of us.
Eyes on the prize.
Spending and saving in your community makes it stronger.
We are One. Together, we get things done.
Make it happen.
Let’s stick together.
Unity — it’s a good thing, right?
So are purpose, faith, self-determination….these transcend religion, culture, geography or race. It’s all about self-actulization and strengthening community. And style! Check out the many principles that you can display in forward-thinking style at
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We encourage you to celebrate the things that have meaning for you.
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You’re probably wondering:
Where in the world is Roxë?
We are thrilled to report that as you read these words,
Roxë15 is in the very capable hands of superb editor Lamont Jack Pearley!
Jack (who’s also a fantastic filmmaker in his own right) has edited for Bloomberg Business Week and City Lights Media, worked production with Upright Citizens Brigade and in the documentary world — not to mention his work producing, directing and editing his films and Web series. We’re amped that he is now slicing, dicing and cutting Roxë15 into the future-forward visual journey it’s destined to be. Our ETA for the finished film? Early 2014. After Jack does his thing, we still have a couple more post-production bases to cover before prime time…..but baby, we are well on our way.
Imagine a a future where immigration is flowing TO Africa — because thanks to air pollution, it’s one of a few places where the sun is visible. Kenyan sci-fi series Usoni follows a couple who risks everything to get to where the sun still shines in the year 2062. Lipstickalley.com reports that Usoni is still in its pilot phase. The way we see it, if someone financed Sharknado (and its sequel), surely there’s room at the table for the likes of Usoni. Those of us who enjoy using our brains need something to watch too.
Usoni was created by Dr. Marc Rigaudis, produced by Denver Ochieng, and directed by Cherie Lindiwe of the United States International University.