- From Afro- + sphere, on the model of blogosphere. (Wiktionary)
“Francis Holland Blog, are two vocal representatives of the black blog organization known as the Afrosphere who feel strongly that the blogger pool has been skewed.”
“Rock, and Francis L. Holland, who runs the Francis Holland Blog, are two vocal representatives of the black blog organization known as the Afrosphere who feel strongly that the blogger pool has been skewed.”
“The proof is in the Jena Six, Don Imus and Fox News campaign waged by a growing "Afrosphere" of relatively unknown but incredibly well connected activists from across the country.”
“With the Democratic National Convention less than three months away, and with Web pundits playing an even bigger role during the four-day event, a whole other drama is chewing up the blogosphere - and the often unmentioned Afrosphere.”
“LEMON: Dubbed Civil Rights 2.0. and Afrosphere, web sites like What About Our Daughters and Jack and Jill Politics and Pam's House Blend, are using the Internet for a new kind of activism.”
“Antonia Vargas has noted that African American Political Pundit. com along with Anderson at Large, Field Negro, Jack and Jill Politics are the more prominent blogs in the growing Afrosphere and are must-go-to sites.”
“The Washington Post’s Jose Antonio Vargas writes that “these are busy — and impassioned — times in the Afrosphere,” with many black bloggers reacting to racial under - and overtones that are making the Democratic contest an increasingly ugly affair.”
“It’s not difficult for people to study up on health issues, and everyone is affected by them, so I think that’s a legitimate criticism of deficiency in the Afrosphere.”
“As far as more science posting in the Afrosphere, well science isn’t particularly a racial issue.”
“Sharing the Knowledge: Recent and Upcoming Online Advocacy Trainings Creative Loafing Meets the Afrosphere, as Different Blog Niches Take On the Election MySpace Offers Campaigns Viral Fundraising Tool, But What Happens to the Data?”
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