About 28 percent of Africa's elephants are in eastern Africa, but most of them - close to 55 percent - are in southern Africa.Some populations of elephants continue to face an immediate threat of local extinction.
"Something New" features very real people, real responses, real dialogue, and most importantly real issues.
I champion this movie for being groundbreaking and discussing things that no other (or few) mainstream film had the balls to tackle such as "The Black Tax," the true difference between racism and reverse racism, and Black hair culture to name a few.
In Christian communities in West Asia, it is served on the Feast of the Theophany (Epiphany), often with dry sugar and cinnamon or confectioners sugar.
In Iran, where it is known as zolbiya, the sweet was traditionally given to the poor during Ramadan.
Jalebi is believed to be derived from a similar dish of West Asia.
According to Hobson-Jobson, the word jalebi is derived from the Arabic word zulabiya or the Persian zolbiya, the name for a similar dish.
Jalebi is eaten with curd or rabri (North India) along with optional other flavours such as kewra (scented water).
This dish is not to be confused with similar sweets and variants like imarti and chhena jalebi.
Don't get me wrong, THIS MOVIE IS NOT A BLACK MOVIE.
It is definitely romantic and comedic at its very heart and it is something that can be appreciated by all.
An intelligent romantic comedy that chooses to deal with issues of race and perception in a straight-forward way, from a point of view not often seen: that of a successful, upper-class black woman.