Africa Everywhere - The Africa Channel

Segment Producer

Africa Everywhere explores the African/Caribbean immigrant influence in the United States.

http://theafricachannel.com/shows/africa-everywhere/

Introducing: Foodies Without Borders

Foodies Without Borders is a non profit based in Boston, Massachusetts focusing on empowering young generations and under-privileged communities in Kenya through culinary arts and sustainable farming.

http://www.foodieswithoutborders.org/

Why BlackRock is partnerning with Kiva

BlackRock, Inc. 

richard brandt from Codetrain talks tech in ghana

Codetrain is a company based in Accra, Ghana that teaches the youth practical skills in app development to build an apps and find job opportunities.

https://www.facebook.com/codetraingh/

Find more at: https://www.sojuafrica.com

on the street in Accra, Ghana: chale wote 2017

The CHALE WOTE Street Art Festival is “an alternative platform that brings art, music, dance and performance out of the galleries and onto the streets of James Town, Accra.” The 2017 Festival was an end of a trilogy theme, WATA MATA ("Water Matter"). 

Find more at: https://www.sojuafrica.com

mama rocks talks african burgers and business

Samantha and Natalie, Kenyan-Nigerian sisters and founders of Mama Rocks Burgers, talked to ṢOJU about what it's like to run a food truck on the continent and promote the variety of Kenyan/African cuisine.

https://mamarocksburgers.com

ameena abdul talks fashion, islam, and feminism

In Nairobi, Kenya, Ameena Abdul is a hijabi fashionista who runs her own clothing line of modest fashion. Here in ṢOJUtalks she chats about growing up Somali, how she styles her hijab, and if it's possible to be both muslim and feminist. https://aminafemshion.blogspot.com/

Find more at: https://www.sojuafrica.com

idia iwelu does Nigerian makeup/discusses lifestyle for returnees

Idia Iwelu is the founder of Aminaa, Inc, a make-up line for women of color. Hear her discuss modern Nigerian makeup and what it's like to be a Nigerian-American going back home. 

www.sojuafrica.com

Superheroes Don't Have To Wear Capes

Meet Fatoumatah Binta Bah. Binta is from Guinea-Conakry, and moved to the United States with her husband in the late '90s. After a healthy pregnancy, their first child, Amina, was born with brain damage. Binta was sent home without knowledge of Amina's condition. Six months later, equipped with a bigger English vocabulary to speak with doctors, Binta learned her child would never have a "normal" life. Following years of depression, lawsuits, and doctor visits, Binta decided to write a book telling her story and alerting immigrants to their rights within the American healthcare system. 

rashidi williams talks being gay in Nigeria/ human rights activism

Rashidi Williams is the Organizational Director of Queer Alliance Nigeria and talks to us about human rights, which includes everyone: male, female, gay or straight. 

www.sojuafrica.com

on the street in Freetown, Sierra Leone

What's really good with Sierra Leone? Find out.

www.sojuafrica.com

afua osei, co-founder of She Leads Africa, talks WizKid and female entrepreneurship

Afua Osei is the co-founder of She Leads Africa and talks to us about whether Africa's economy really is on the map.

www.sojuafrica.com

what do Nigerian youth think of their government?

An outtake from the interview footage from the first ṢỌJU documentary season. Ade and Moniade of Lagos have a friendly discussion about the future of Nigeria. Is it tougher for Nigerian young people than anyone else? Who invests in the country? Does the government care about it's people? How can we succeed? 

www.sojuafrica.com

african food trivia with Mama Rocks

Samantha and Natalie are Kenyan-Nigerian sisters and founders of Mama Rocks Burgers. We test their knowledge of African cuisine with some fun trivia.

https://mamarocksburgers.com

Colline Foundation H.I.C.A.P.

Haiti International Clinical Apprenticeship Program hosts it's students for a 3-week study of the Haitian healthcare system.

https://www.collinefoundation.org/

Sean Kingston Album Promo

Sean Kingston in Jamaica, album promo. 

Punjabi MC at Basement Bhangra

Basement Bhangra --the longest continuously running monthly party in NY nightlife history and the most high-profile club night dedicated to South Asian music in North America.

http://www.basementbhangra.com/

Africa Everywhere  - The Africa Channel
Introducing: Foodies Without Borders
Why BlackRock is partnerning with Kiva
richard brandt from Codetrain talks tech in ghana
on the street in Accra, Ghana: chale wote 2017
mama rocks talks african burgers and business
ameena abdul talks fashion, islam, and feminism
idia iwelu does Nigerian makeup/discusses lifestyle for returnees
Superheroes Don't Have To Wear Capes
rashidi williams talks being gay in Nigeria/ human rights activism
on the street in Freetown, Sierra Leone
afua osei, co-founder of She Leads Africa, talks WizKid and female entrepreneurship
what do Nigerian youth think of their government?
african food trivia with Mama Rocks
Colline Foundation H.I.C.A.P.
Sean Kingston Album Promo
Punjabi MC at Basement Bhangra
Africa Everywhere - The Africa Channel

Segment Producer

Africa Everywhere explores the African/Caribbean immigrant influence in the United States.

http://theafricachannel.com/shows/africa-everywhere/

Introducing: Foodies Without Borders

Foodies Without Borders is a non profit based in Boston, Massachusetts focusing on empowering young generations and under-privileged communities in Kenya through culinary arts and sustainable farming.

http://www.foodieswithoutborders.org/

Why BlackRock is partnerning with Kiva

BlackRock, Inc. 

richard brandt from Codetrain talks tech in ghana

Codetrain is a company based in Accra, Ghana that teaches the youth practical skills in app development to build an apps and find job opportunities.

https://www.facebook.com/codetraingh/

Find more at: https://www.sojuafrica.com

on the street in Accra, Ghana: chale wote 2017

The CHALE WOTE Street Art Festival is “an alternative platform that brings art, music, dance and performance out of the galleries and onto the streets of James Town, Accra.” The 2017 Festival was an end of a trilogy theme, WATA MATA ("Water Matter"). 

Find more at: https://www.sojuafrica.com

mama rocks talks african burgers and business

Samantha and Natalie, Kenyan-Nigerian sisters and founders of Mama Rocks Burgers, talked to ṢOJU about what it's like to run a food truck on the continent and promote the variety of Kenyan/African cuisine.

https://mamarocksburgers.com

ameena abdul talks fashion, islam, and feminism

In Nairobi, Kenya, Ameena Abdul is a hijabi fashionista who runs her own clothing line of modest fashion. Here in ṢOJUtalks she chats about growing up Somali, how she styles her hijab, and if it's possible to be both muslim and feminist. https://aminafemshion.blogspot.com/

Find more at: https://www.sojuafrica.com

idia iwelu does Nigerian makeup/discusses lifestyle for returnees

Idia Iwelu is the founder of Aminaa, Inc, a make-up line for women of color. Hear her discuss modern Nigerian makeup and what it's like to be a Nigerian-American going back home. 

www.sojuafrica.com

Superheroes Don't Have To Wear Capes

Meet Fatoumatah Binta Bah. Binta is from Guinea-Conakry, and moved to the United States with her husband in the late '90s. After a healthy pregnancy, their first child, Amina, was born with brain damage. Binta was sent home without knowledge of Amina's condition. Six months later, equipped with a bigger English vocabulary to speak with doctors, Binta learned her child would never have a "normal" life. Following years of depression, lawsuits, and doctor visits, Binta decided to write a book telling her story and alerting immigrants to their rights within the American healthcare system. 

rashidi williams talks being gay in Nigeria/ human rights activism

Rashidi Williams is the Organizational Director of Queer Alliance Nigeria and talks to us about human rights, which includes everyone: male, female, gay or straight. 

www.sojuafrica.com

on the street in Freetown, Sierra Leone

What's really good with Sierra Leone? Find out.

www.sojuafrica.com

afua osei, co-founder of She Leads Africa, talks WizKid and female entrepreneurship

Afua Osei is the co-founder of She Leads Africa and talks to us about whether Africa's economy really is on the map.

www.sojuafrica.com

what do Nigerian youth think of their government?

An outtake from the interview footage from the first ṢỌJU documentary season. Ade and Moniade of Lagos have a friendly discussion about the future of Nigeria. Is it tougher for Nigerian young people than anyone else? Who invests in the country? Does the government care about it's people? How can we succeed? 

www.sojuafrica.com

african food trivia with Mama Rocks

Samantha and Natalie are Kenyan-Nigerian sisters and founders of Mama Rocks Burgers. We test their knowledge of African cuisine with some fun trivia.

https://mamarocksburgers.com

Colline Foundation H.I.C.A.P.

Haiti International Clinical Apprenticeship Program hosts it's students for a 3-week study of the Haitian healthcare system.

https://www.collinefoundation.org/

Sean Kingston Album Promo

Sean Kingston in Jamaica, album promo. 

Punjabi MC at Basement Bhangra

Basement Bhangra --the longest continuously running monthly party in NY nightlife history and the most high-profile club night dedicated to South Asian music in North America.

http://www.basementbhangra.com/

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