1. JadeB

    Igbo influence in Black American culture

    Food (Nri) For black folks at the cookout, One-pot’ cooking practices, extra helpings of collard greens, a healthy incorporation of pepper, spices, and even “hot sauce” are not just random preferences. Traditional soul food cooking is an inheritance which enslaved Africans passed on through...
  2. Black Panther

    Just Got My Ancestry.com Results Back

    Apparently I need to make Lagos my first stop in the Motherland 84% Black 15% Cac :francis:
  3. Anwulika

    The Igbo Culture Thread

    I've seen a lot of threads here pertaining to certain aspects of Igbo culture and it seems to me that a lot of it is misunderstood. I've created this thread to give a very basic analysis of Igbo culture in general and to show that I'm not being biased, I'll start with a bad aspect of Igbo...
  4. MischievousMonkey

    Nigerian Town with most TWINS in the world | Igbo-Ora

  5. B

    BAD Season 2: Day 24 - Rank Nigerian women!!!!(Westside Is Best Side)

    Yesterday's Apocalypse :eek::eek: African-American women-9.522 For day 23 and like everyone expected... Last years champ laid carnage to every contestant in the series with a obliterating score of 9.522. Their new lead lady Ryan Destiny(along with Ashanti) was just as unmerciful as Taylor...
  6. The Odum of Ala Igbo

    Let's Talk African History: The Igbo in the Atlantic World

    It's finally here. A thread to talk about the 35 million people strong Igbo of Nigeria and their diaspora all over the Atlantic world. I'll be occasionally dropping nuggets of information about the Igbo diaspora in this thread. Let's get it! A Brief Profile Of The Igbo People Of Jamaica
  7. The Odum of Ala Igbo

    Yorubas, Igbos and other Cement Political Ties in Nigeria - A New Beginning?

    Handshake Across the Niger: Southern leaders demand proscription, recognition of Myitte Allah, herdsmen as a terrorist groups - Vanguard News A comment from a Yoruba man: A comment from an Igbo: Let the NORTH QUAKE WITH FEAR
  8. Neuromancer

    No celebration of Chinua Achebee's Born day

    His first novel Things Fall Apart (1958), often considered his best,[3] is the most widely read book in modern African literature.[4] He won the Man Booker International Prize in 2007 @The Wave
  9. JadeB

    Black American discovers he's Igbo and visits ancestral land

    From Nairaland: An African American man from Abia state has said that he's visiting Nigeria next year 2018 after being based in the United States all his life. David Love who is a US citizen, said his ancestors were captured/shipped to America for slavery and worked on a plantation so that he...
  10. SirReginald

    Jewish Scientists Arrive Anambra, Allegedly Present DNA Proof That Igbos Are Israelites

    I downloaded a book called, "Jews In Africa & Americas" and it mentioned this :ohhh: So, the Igbos really are Israelites :ehh: #FreeBiafra P.S. I saw this trending on LSA. Also, no BIGOTRY OR SLANDER (let's be respectful).
  11. JadeB

    Igbos learn English in 1940s Nigeria

  12. M

    Nigerian tribal stereotypes

    Nigerian Tribes Stereotypes - Culture - Nigeria Is this true? Do Yoruba women have the fatty?:mjgrin:
  13. M

    Why are Igbo Nigerians so good at football?

    :ohhh: Go through all 32 NFL teams and I guarantee there's at least 3 Nigerian players on the team. Most of them, if not all, will be Igbo, although there's a minority of Yoruba players. Even at the NCAA level there's a shytload of Igbo players. There's a lot of Igbo NBA players as well, but...
  14. Celerii

    Oyinbo Princess

    I dont know whether to think shes being cringeworthy or that she actually likes our culture. Either way, shes entertaining :mjlol:.......and shes from london :ehh: in this wonderful video, she teaches us how to cook egusi soup :mjgrin:......in pidgin :lolbron: here r some others :wow: AND...
  15. The Odum of Ala Igbo

    Sights, Sounds and Culture of Igboland (Ala Igbo)

    *Stolen from all over the internet Enugu State Imo State Anambra State
  16. KOohbt

    Medieval and Ancient West African Civilization Highlights: Igbo Addition

    Gonna have a series of West African Highlights to combat the non stop infatuation of north, north east Africa, and the Middle East. :martin: I know this won't get many looks but, this for the brehs who are proud of our rich and downright mystical origins before slavery and colonialism...