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29 minutes | Mar 1, 2021
Uganda Elections Special - Bobbi Wine v Museveni
We had a special 1 on 1 chat about the 2021 Ugandan national elctions with Runako Celina of Black Livity China. We covered Ugandan politics, allegations of corruption, and where next for Ugandans and political parties.
66 minutes | Nov 10, 2020
BHM Series 4: Africa's Role in Black Lives Matter
On this live episode we look at what role Africa and Africans have to play in the black lives matter movement.
89 minutes | Nov 8, 2020
BHM Series 3: Sino-African Relations with Black Livity China
On this episode we explore what opportunities that China offers to African countries.
65 minutes | Nov 8, 2020
BHM Series 2: Africa and Economic Development
On this episode we are joined by reps from the African Development Bank and Agri Afriq to discuss the role of Agriculture in African Development.
95 minutes | Nov 8, 2020
BHM Series 1: What happened to African Unity?
On this live episode we were joined by speakers from Okwu ID and African Political History. We explore the purpose of the African Union and it's role in Africa today amongst other issues.
38 minutes | Sep 6, 2020
U.K Alevel Results Fiasco with Young Black Teachers Network
We sit down with the founder of the Young Black Teacher's Network to discuss the impact of the UK government's discriminatory use of an algorithm to determine the future of many young people.
50 minutes | Aug 23, 2020
High Mortality Rates of Pregnant Black Women (UK) with Afro Health Initiative
We discuss the issue that is the high mortality rate amongst black pregnant women in the UK. We are joined by Morayo of @Afrohealthinitiative who gives us an in-depth analysis into the UK's response to protecting the lived of Black Mothers.
52 minutes | Aug 9, 2020
Ethiopia and Egypt's Battle of the Nile; Zimbabwe's Economic Downturn
We discuss the ongoing dispute between Egypt and Ethiopia over the access to the Nile River. We also discuss the economic and politician situation in Zimbabwe at the moment.
59 minutes | Aug 7, 2020
Corruption & Fainting MInisters: Nigeria's NDDC Probe Drama Examined
Beyond the fainting Minister, we bring you facts and nuance in understanding the NDDC probe in Nigeria.
42 minutes | Jul 26, 2020
Afrologue Spotlight on the Congo (DRC)
On this episode we discuss all things relating to the DRC. We have Helen as a special guest discussing the issues this country faces.
54 minutes | Jul 12, 2020
Beyonce's "Black is King": African American Appropriation of African Culture
In this episode we explore wether African Americans can be guilty of appropriating African culture and heritage.
36 minutes | Jun 28, 2020
BLM & Police Brutality: Abolish or Reform?
On this episode we explore the possibility of defunding or abolishing the police as an institution. Is it feasible or is reform the best option?
35 minutes | Jun 14, 2020
The Rebirth of UK Black Radio #NoSignal; UK Public School Reopening, Elitism or Necessity?
On this episode we discuss sound clashes that have brought the UK black community joy and entertainment. We also discuss the reopening of U.K public school, analysing whether it is truly in the interest of the public while elite private schools aren't.
84 minutes | May 31, 2020
Black Lives Matter #GeorgeFloyd; Feminism & Lana Del Rey
On this episode we discuss the protests in the US regarding police brutality. #BlackLivesMatter
100 minutes | May 17, 2020
China's treatment of Africans & Are racial relations viewed differently by black people in diaspora vs those in Africa?
On this episode we discuss the racist treatment of China towards Africans particularly during the Covid Pandemic, the issue of corporal punishment in African upbringing with a focus on the Zambian father that went viral and the lenses that black people in diaspora view race relations in comparison to those in Africa.
48 minutes | May 3, 2020
Corona Virus: Proof of the U.K's Institutional Racism & Afronation's Final Downfall?
On this episode we discuss the disproportionate amount of deaths within the black communities in the U.K Due to the current global epidemic. We also discuss the canceling of festivals which is affecting the reputation of the Afronation brand.
48 minutes | Apr 19, 2020
We're bringing you a new season a new look and more informative topics. Welcome to Season two of the Afrologue podcast. On this episode we discuss the reality of the current global climate, quarantine and social distancing. We analyse the response of African governments to the current global health pandemic. Hosts on this episode: Oyin, Dami, Buthaina and Rasheed
33 minutes | Apr 16, 2020
'AFRONATION SPECIAL' - all the discussion of the worlds biggest African music festival' - Afrologue E20
On this episode we discuss the recently concluded Afronation Festival in Portugal. We discuss the incredible success that it was and analyse why it received negative comments prior. Please make sure to rate this podcast and share with your friends!
48 minutes | Jan 12, 2020
Voluntourism, Ghana Year of Return and Homosexuality in Zambia - E31
On this episode we talk about the importance of Africans being the face of giving back in our home countries. We highlight the problems with Voluntourism and the white saviour complex that comes with it. This episode also discusses the Year of the Return in Ghana and its impact on the black diaspora. We also discuss the backlash against homosexuality in Zambia and the US threats to cut aid in the country. Make sure to follow us on all social media @Afrologuepod
38 minutes | Jan 5, 2020
Free Speech under attack in Nigeria #OmoyeleSowore #SocialMediaBill - E30
Since the recording of this podcast, Omoyele Sowore was released on the 24th of December 2019. On this episode we discuss the threat to free speech in Nigeira under Buhari's regime. Is Nigeria, still a functioning democracy, is the rule of law still applicable? Guest: Dearest Odubu (@TheRapperWhoThinks) Make sure to follow us on all social media @Afrologuepod and going the conversation
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