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Understanding Religiosity in the African Diaspora: How Orisha Worship Survived
Intrinsic to Ifá are the divinities known as Orishas, which are manifestations of the high god, Olodumdare or Olòrún.
Cinema Africa: A Ghanaian Animator On His Beautiful African Fantasy Film
In the fourth installment of Okayafrica's new Cinema Africa series, Abel Shifferaw speaks with Abdul Ndadi, the filmmaker behind Orisha's Journey, a new animated short inspired by African folklores. Orisha's Journey, a short animated film by New York ...
“Rise of the Orisha”: Esosa E to star in new feature film
American-born Nigerian actress Esosa E is set to play a lead role in Nosa Igbinedion's upcoming film “Rise of the Orisha”. The actress is known for playing the character Ngozi in online series "An African City".
Esosa E., Tim Reid Board Nosa Igbinedion's Rio de Janeiro-Set 'Rise of the Orisha'
A year ago, British filmmaker Nosa Igbinedion's completed short film "Oya: Rise of the Orishas" was featured on this blog.
Hold on to Your Bagpipes: 7 Reasons Why Miami Rocks St. Paddy's Day
Santeros Beat Leprechauns Any Day. Pink hearts, yellow moons and orange stars may be magically delicious, but if we want lucky charms we will head to a botánica in order to summon the supernatural majesty of an Afro-Caribbean orisha, thanks very much.

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