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67 minutes | Dec 2, 2020
Why Data Is Everything with Taa Wongbe
Taa Wongbe of the Khana Group shares why data is important ("Data is everything!") for development in Africa, and why analysis of that data must be from a local perspective.Taa also challenges our understanding of nonprofit structures and why operating a business may be more advantageous in the long run.
57 minutes | Nov 12, 2020
Samra Ghermay - "Africa A-Z"
Samra Ghermay humanely depicts African subjects from every country on the continent in the visually arresting Africa A-Z photo series "Dismantling Ignorance and Challenging Perceptions Through Photography."Photography, portrayals and narratives can be both realistic and humane; they need not be perfect to be dignified. Head over to @samra_iye on Instagram to take in the beauty.You can listen to tthe Lion Historian Podcast on our website, Spotify, Stitcher, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcast, etc.#africa #photography #podcast #lionhistorianpodcastwww.monjae.com/lionhistorianpodcast
43 minutes | Nov 3, 2020
Sabelo Mhlambi Pt 2 - Engineer & Ubuntu Ethicist (Foundations for Development)
This episode picks up where we left off with the first part of our conversation. Key takeaway: With all of the knowledge from Africa, it's key who has access to that knowledge and what they do with it. Civilization entails taking knowledge and creating networks to expound that knowledge for good of self and the collective.
40 minutes | Oct 28, 2020
Sabelo Mhlambi Pt 1 - Engineer & Ubuntu Ethicist
In this building/foundational conversation, we take a historical deep dive as Sabelo drops knowledge regarding African humanism; African contributions to the world including via mathematics, architecture, art, music; and what development and civilization mean from a traditional African perspective. (We remain grounded in the fact that Africa is not a monolith).
62 minutes | Oct 20, 2020
Gerald Abila - BarefootLaw
This episode features a multi-faceted conversation with Gerald Abila, Founder and Executive Director of BarefootLaw. Gerald is an Attorney, Legal Futurist and Consultant on Law and Technology based in Uganda. We discuss BarefootLaw's innovative approach to access to justice, diaspora investment in initiatives on the continent, and the inestimable opportunities in innovation flow from Africa to the rest of the world. Find out more at www.barefootlaw.org.
61 minutes | Oct 5, 2020
Meisha Robinson - I Am, We Are Youth
Season 1 Episode 1Our very first episode features social entrepreneur Meisha Robinson, Chief Hope Executive of I Am We Are, founded in South Africa with operations there and in the Washington, DC metropolitan area.We discuss the unity principle of Ubuntu in relation to Meisha's work, bridging across Africa and the diaspora, the potential of the African youth population, branding relative to Africa, identity, and so much more!Learn more about the podcast: https://www.monjae.com/lionhistorianpodcast .Follow Meisha's work online at I Am We Are, and on Facebook and Instagram.
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