MINORITY REPORT

Inside the rising success of Nigerian Americans.

Why Sub-Saharan African Immigrants to America Are the Most Educated

They've cracked the code to higher education success in America.

The Anti-Bribery Crusader Lending a Guiding Hand to Immigrant Women

Chinwe Esimai, the chief anti-bribery and corruption officer at Citi, is paving the way for more immigrants to rise.

She Pushed Netflix’s Foreign Films to the Oscars. Now It’s Time to Make Her Own

Funa Maduka has gone from leading Netflix's global acquisitions to embarking on her own film career.

The Captivating Dancer Behind Afrobeats’ Biggest Stars

Izzy Odigie is going global with innovative takes on contemporary dances.

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Real Talk, Real Change

Compelling conversations on race to meet the moment.

Will This Enigmatic Pass Rusher Be the Steal of the NFL Draft?

After spending his life in his brother's shadow, the freakishly talented Julian Okwara is ready for a breakout.

Inside This Rising Rapper's Scientific Method

A biologist by training, Femdot had to wait for his breakout in Chicago's flourishing hip-hop scene.

America Doubles Down on Nigeria for Sports Success

American sports camps are taking root in Nigeria, tapping new markets and talent — and helping the country’s youth.

How Nigerian-Americans Are Changing the Face of Hollywood

From actors to executives, this ethnic group is conquering Tinseltown like it’s conquered medicine and entrepreneurship.

Doctor Drain: An Exodus From Nigeria Threatens Its Health Care System

Low salaries and poor working conditions have spurred Nigerian doctors to leave home and practice abroad.

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The Food That Built America

The Food that Built America tells the unbelievable true stories behind the industry titans like Henry Heinz, Milton Hershey, the Kellogg brothers and Ray Kroc, who revolutionized food, and transformed American life and culture forever in the process.

The Nigerian-American Entrepreneurs Shaping the Future of Two Continents

Nigerian-Americans are using the wealth of Silicon Valley to solve Africa’s most pressing problems.

Why Nigerian-Americans Strive So Hard at School

Education is the bedrock of success for one of America’s most urbane communities — Nigerian-Americans.

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