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37 minutes | Jun 30, 2021
Mental Health Stigma in Africa Part 2
In this episode we continue our discussion with Dr Abey on the importance of mental health as well as some of the stigma in our African community.
30 minutes | Jun 19, 2021
Mental Health Stigma in Africa Part 1
In this episode we talk about the importance of mental health as well as some of the stigma in our African community
59 minutes | Jun 12, 2021
Pursuing Higher Education Abroad
This episode is part of The Millennial Dialogue on Africa Series where we talked about education of the African child abroad.
21 minutes | Jun 4, 2021
I am Africa
In this episode, I talk about graduation and what African students can do to change the narrative.
8 minutes | May 22, 2021
15 minutes | Mar 6, 2021
Africa what are you celebrating?
In this episode, I talk briefly on the legacy of Kwame Nkrumah on the occasion of the celebration of 64 years of Ghana's independence and what is undoubtable the liberation of Africa. 64 years post colonial rule and the question still lingers is Africa completely free?
60 minutes | Feb 15, 2021
African Cosmology and Culture
In this episode, I talk with Derrick Ofodirinwa, teacher of Igbo cosmology, spirituality and culture about how our African culture helps inform us on our identity.
24 minutes | Feb 8, 2021
Happy New Year Africa!
In this episode we revisit the most headline event of 2020 and the lessons Africa can teach the world.
17 minutes | Jan 27, 2021
What in the world is still going on
In this episode we talked about the lessons African leaders can learn from the COVID-19 pandemic.
52 minutes | Aug 14, 2020
Black skin, Light skin, defining Beauty in Africa
Sometimes beauty in Africa has often been equated to being light skin. But in a continent of mostly black skin women, where does that leave them? aren't they beautiful? In this episode, we talk to two women about their beauty experience, how they defined beauty and what is beauty in Africa. We explore this concept of whether light skin or black skin is one that we should use as well as the use of beauty product.
48 minutes | Jul 10, 2020
I am Human: Fighting COVID in Cameroon
In this episode, I discussed with Ms. Velveeta Viban from Cameroon about her life in the nonprofit world and her efforts through the organization she founded I am Human. She shares with us her experience and life journey thus far as well as her involvement in helping stop the spread of COVID 19 with the internally displaced persons in Cameroon. www.imhumann.org to learn more and connect with them.
63 minutes | Jun 5, 2020
What are you willing to give up for the future of the black race?
In this episode, we talk about the recent racial tension and injustice here in America between the Police and blacks. In discussion with my friend and brother Dr. Dalitso Ruwe, we talk about possible solutions on what America needs to do to heal as well as what it would take for these acts of violence to not occur anymore. Importantly we wrestled with the idea of what we have to personally give up to see the change that we want.
37 minutes | May 29, 2020
Social Justice in Post-Apartheid South Africa
In this episode, I discuss with Jabulile Buthelezi-Kalonji what social justice looks like in a post-apartheid South Africa today. We also talked about the xenophobic attack as well as what we, governments, and NGOs can do to addressing the issue. Jabulile resides in South Africa, is an author and social justice activist. Recently she started "Millennial Dialogue on Africa"
47 minutes | May 22, 2020
Slavery, Colonialism and its effects on the African Identity
In this episode, we continue our conversation with Dr. Dalitso Ruwe on the effect of slavery, colonial powers, and the African identity. Especially, we explore the importance of language in helping define who we are.
52 minutes | May 1, 2020
African Identity 2.0
In this episode, we discuss with philosopher Dr. Dalitso Ruwe on the importance of the African identity and what all Africans including those in the diaspora can do to embrace that identity.
42 minutes | Apr 24, 2020
Just Pick a Country from the Continent.
In this episode, we follow the journey of Devin Owens, a communications young professional who struggled with her identity for a long time. In her words "Growing up felt like constantly searching for where she belongs". While completing a family tree project for class, she was stuck and asked her teacher for help. Instead, the teacher told her to just pick a country from the African continent. This teacher's response left a lasting impression and put a fire in Devin's heart to figure out what home is. By coincidence, Devin's quest for understanding who she was ended up with her going to Senegal on a women's retreat where she had a life-changing experience. Tune in to learn more about her experience and journey.
17 minutes | Apr 17, 2020
What in the world is going on?
In this episode, we discuss the current global pandemic and some lessons beneficial for Africa.
11 minutes | Apr 11, 2020
Embracing my Africaness
This episode describes my struggles in coming to terms with being identified as African. Let me know what you think and please share your experience with me.
2 minutes | Oct 4, 2019
Introducing Africa Carrefour
Africa Carrefour is a podcast featuring Cameroonian born Lucien Nana Yobo as he talks about everything Africa. Including but not limited to, what it means to be African, African governance and struggles of the immigrant. The podcast also follows the journey of young Africans both at home and in the diaspora on their quest of changing the African narrative. Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast.
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