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1 minutes | Jul 20, 2019
Back To School. Back To Artificial Intelligence Reality?
Roll Call, Recess and Exams in a dystopian future? The benefit of hiphop on cognitive processing. Grown is a production of PieSlovakiaDance and NHCO. The show is recorded at Hey Papa Legend Studios in BRYANSTON. Original Idea by Reatile Mosoeu Production, Research, and Writing by Tshepo Mosoeu & Nyaki Tshabangu Creative Direction by Tshepo Mosoeu Assistant production by Tshepo Mosoeu Special thanks to Noreen O'Sullivan Philip Davis Josie Billington Victorina Gonzalez-Diaz Rea-Non Corcoran for their research on The neural basis of literary awareness and its benefits to cognition published by The University of Liverpool in 2015 Author Noreen O'Sullivan Year published: 2015 Article title: “Shall I compare thee”: The neural basis of literary awareness, and its benefits to cognition Journal title: Cortex Volume number: 73 Pages: 144-157 MUSIC: Artifact - The Dark Continent by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100324 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ How AI Will Rewire Us Author Nicholas Christakis Article title: How AI Will Rewire Us Website title: The Atlantic URL: https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2019/04/robots-human-relationships/583204/ 3. THE DANGER OF A SINGLE STORY Author Chimamanda Adichie Article title: Transcript of "The danger of a single story" Website title: Ted.com URL: https://www.ted.com/talks/chimamanda_adichie_the_danger_of_a_single_story/transcript?language=en 4. THE CODED GAZE Article title: The Coded Gaze: Bias in Artificial Intelligence Website title: YouTube URL: https://youtu.be/eRUEVYndh9c?t=788
1 minutes | Jun 15, 2019
Interlude: The Kraal
"If you want to go fast go alone if you want to go far go together vibes" CREDITS: Grown is a production of PieSlovakiaDance and NHCO. The show is recorded at Hey Papa Legend Studios in BRYANSTON. Original Idea by Reatile Mosoeu Production, Research and Writing by Nyaki Tshabangu Creative Direction by Tshepo Mosoeu Assistant production by Tshepo Mosoeu Special thanks to Collium Banda, IJ Van Der Merwe and Rev HM Dandala for their research on The ecclesiological significance of the ‘African kraal’ metaphor in a context of urban poverty in Zimbabwe Music: Grown Theme: "Lagos" by Quincas Moreira. Bed Music - "Nomads" by Mini Vandals Thank you to Myles McDonald for his work editing and recording this week's episode. Myles, you're a legend. Shout top Jermaine Cole for his lyrical genius expressed in the line we used from "Love Yourz" off his multi-platinum album 2014 Forest Hilla Drive
1 minutes | Jun 7, 2019
Episode Two: Dear Cousin Piet
Nyaki is back. She shares stories of her time spent in some of the worlds "most progressive" cities which trigger some interesting discussions about customs, media, and representation of African people in Europe today. CREDITS: Music: Grown Theme: "Lagos" by Quincas Moreira. Bed Music - "Nomads" by Mini Vandals Grown is a production of PieSlovakiaDance and NHCO. The show is recorded at Hey Papa Legend Studios in BRYANSTON. Original Idea by Reatile Mosoeu Production, Research and Writing by Tshepo Mosoeu Assistant production by Nyaki Thank you to Myles McDonald for his work editing and recording this week’s episode. Myles you’re a legend. Special thanks to Yolende Jawe and Iman Mkwanazi for their contributions and comments. Thank you to the lovely couple Sabrina and Junior, who shared their stories with a stranger so generously in Rotterdam. For his Jokes on stereotypes - we’d like to thank Bruce Jingles, taken from the comedy set Black Stereotypes published by Laugh Factory on Oct 12, 2012 Thank you also to Franchesca Ramsey, The team that works on MTV Decoded and VIACOM for their work presenting Why we think stereotypes are true. Thank you to Bayete Ross Smith for his views shared on his TEDX Talk titled “Breaking Down Stereotypes Using Art and Media”. Another Thank you goes to q on CBC for the interview conducted with Oscar Award WInning Film Director Barry Jenkins. Music Clips of Tupac’s Dear Mama and Hit Em Up taken from his 1998 Greatest Hits ALbum. Thank you to Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Olivier Dacourt and Canal + for their 2018 interview. Thank you to Ala Alrababa’h, William Marble, Salma Mousa and Alexander Siegel for their research on “Can Exposure to Celebrities Reduce Prejudice?” Published on May 31, 2019, by the Department of Political Science at Stanford University. Thank you again to Puseletso aka Sindiswa Nobula for taking time after lunch to revisit the pleasant memories she has of our cousin Zwarte Piet. Thank you also to the BBC for black is the new black and last but certainly not least VOX for investigating why blackface is still part of Dutch Holidays.
1 minutes | May 31, 2019
Episode One: We Open On
Siakam makes us proud. Nyaki goes on a "self-discovery" European adventure. Tshepo remains here grafting on some ideas for a story to tell. Can the political correctness of “inclusivity culture” be used to sanitize our identity and mute the struggles of people from historically marginalized groups? Are fluffy words good or bad when it comes to addressing serious issues? CREDITS: Pascal Siakam Interview: Post Game Press Interview. House of Highlights. https://bit.ly/2QzEMZT "Whomst Are You": Twitter User @Pharoahfi + Random Girl Arch Bishop Tutu Greeting: Taken from the speech "Reconciling Love" published by University of California Television (UCTV)on Jan 31, 2008 https://bit.ly/2EJaY8k Meek Mill Clip: As found on Meek Mill Twitter @MeekMill Music: Grown Theme: "Lagos" by Quincas Moreira. Bed Music - "Nomads" by Mini Vandals Grown is a production of PieSlovakiaDance and NHCO. The show is recorded at Hey Papa Legend Studios in BRYANSTON. Production, Research and Writing by Tshepo Mosoeu Assistant production by Nyaki & Percy Tshabangu Thank you to my co-host @naturallynyaki and her husband Percy for taking time off their holiday to interview complete strangers Special thanks to Siwe Thusi, Didi Khunou, Osmond Tshuma, Lerato Ngubo, Puseletso aka Sindiswa, Nonto Tshabala, Brian Kariuki and Tipidang for their contributions and views.
1 minutes | May 22, 2019
A six-part Docu-series by Naturalhairco and PieSlovakiaDance, following the high's and lows of growing "thoughts" into "things", as a person of kinky, curly, African textured hair.
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