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This is a black arts and culture site. We will be exploring the African Diaspora via the writing, performance, both musical and theatrical (film and stage), as well as the visual arts of Africans in the Diaspora and those influenced by these aesthetic forms of expression. I am interested in the political and social ramifications of art on society, specifically movements supported by these artists and their forebearers. It is my claim that the artists are the true revolutionaries, their work ...
 
From the Los Angeles Times, “Asian Enough” is a podcast about being Asian American -- the joys, the complications and everything in between. In each episode, hosts Jen Yamato, Johana Bhuiyan, Tracy Brown and Suhauna Hussain of the Times invite special guests to share personal stories and unpack identity on their own terms. They explore the vast diaspora across cultures, backgrounds and generations, and try to expand the ways in which being Asian American is defined.
 
100% real talk with your two new Korean adoptee besties! Hana and Ryan, Korean adoptees from Melbourne, Australia, talk about anything and everything adoption related, including race, gender, birth family search and reunion, and more. Original podcast music by Domus.
 
Join AOT2 and Ugochi on their wild journey as they discuss everything Pop culture, music, movies and more. 234 Essential focuses on Nigerian pop culture but goes beyond trending topics on social media. It looks at the bigger picture and provides accurate historical and societal context to what is trending online. 234 Essential Podcast is another podcast original from Visual Audio Time, the makers of Dear Nigeria Twitter, A Music In Time, Corona Virus In Africa Update & FREE.
 
MigrAsians is a podcast about creative and political Asians and how their story of migration informs what they do and their path to healing. The Asian diaspora runs far and wide, as does Asian immigration history. All of this has birthed the model minority myth as well as a myriad of stereotypes that don't consider nuance or the vastness of this continent. Meet artists, activists, writers, advocates, and other creatives and politicos that are deeply affected by their path of immigration.
 
A Show produced by a Black Collective; This podcast is for your listening pleasure. BackYard Bants is a banter, culture and entertainment comedy style podcast that gives commentary on issues, topics and pop culture and Life experiences. What you do with the opinions are entirely yours. The show is hosted by some unseriously serious Characters - Mista Dre, Naza, Imina and Chemsi. Sometimes, Mel & Anthony come on the POD !!! Join the vibe and be a part of the family by hitting us up on our FAM ...
 
On the Shoulders of Giants is dedicated to bringing awareness to the worldwide contributions of the heroes and cultures of the African Diaspora, both of which have given the world hope and freedom. The purpose is to provide an alternative and positive perspective of the history of the African diaspora, which challenges the negative rhetoric that is commonly told of non-white persons throughout the world. Our past is significant because of the plight we have had to overcome and in some aspect ...
 
Black On Black is your weekly connection to the Afro-Caribbean community in Ottawa and beyond! A public affairs & arts show focusing on local and international events and issues, with special emphasis on the African diaspora. Black History Month coverage, Artist Profiles, Community Calendar and lots of music by U.S, African and Caribbean artists.. Listen live every Saturday from 11 am to noon at chuo.fm or on 89.1 FM in the National Capital Region (Ottawa/Gatineau).
 
Welcome to JARO Podcast hosted by filmmaker, writer, director and producer, Tomeka M. Winborne. JARO Podcast presents culturally relevant topics featuring actors, musicians, artists, writers and media industry trend setters in the world of arts and entertainment from across the African Diaspora.
 
Africa News Tonight is a 30-minute news magazine program that airs twice each evening Monday through Friday, at 1600 and 1800 UTC/GMT. Africa News Tonight brings you the latest news from our correspondents on the continent, as well as interviews with African officials, opposition leaders, NGOs, human rights activists and government officials. The show also examines developments in science and technology, the environment, development issues, the African diaspora, business, lifestyle and culture.
 
Kamusta! We are the Tita Collective, award winning multidisciplinary artists based in Canada. We dance, we sing and we will make you snort-laugh halo halo through your nose. In our podcast, we will be chatting about Filipin* arts and culture as a reflection of our lives as Filipinas in the diaspora. We might even bring some guests along the way, from fellow Filipin* artists to our very own Titas. So don’t miss an episode anak! Come chika chika with your Titas! Find us on social media at Tita ...
 
A weekly social justice, faith-minded podcast featuring three friends from across the Diaspora - Exploring life at the intersection of race, ethnicity, gender, culture, politics...and living while Black in America. Abdullah Muhammad is consultant, and equity, diversity, and inclusion educator who works with local governments, public, and private organizations to help them build equitable and antiracist organizations and communities. New episodes drop every Wednesday.
 
MyAreaVibe is an Afro-Caribbean Online Radio Station based in Phoenix, Arizona! This radio station is run by Pasteur and MC AJ for the African Diaspora audience that living away from back home. We play Afro-Caribean music 24/7 to feel connected once again! One of the shows we have is the MyAreaVibe Spotlight Show. MC AJ focuses on interviewing a guest that has a message to share with our audience! Our guests have various backgrounds such as being a student, business owner, community leader, ...
 
What do poems, plays, and other creative texts from throughout history tell us about the times in which they were written? And what do they reveal about the forces still at play in our contemporary societies? Jewish communities, for a good deal of recorded time, have been spread across much of the globe, often existing as minority groups within a variety of dominant cultures. As such, the creative works generated, read, and listened to in these communities can provide glimpses into the ways ...
 
A candid, funny, unbiased view of real life events and how they affect our communities, through the eyes of Singer/Songwriter/Podcast Host, and music enthusiast G Cole. The Ocho Rios Jamaica born "G Cole", who now resides in Ft Lauderdale Florida talks to Artists, Entrepreneurs, Music legends, Community Leaders, Politicians, Health professionals, and members of the Diaspora etc. There is no room for boredom, as between conversation he will take you on a Reggae ride, with some sweet Reggae music.
 
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.
 
Being a part of the Vietnamese culture of over 100 million people comes with plenty of history, privilege, honor, and not to mention painful challenges. Join Kenneth Nguyen as he spotlights Vietnamese experience from around the world! Each podcast episode explores the creative process of individuals shaping the diversity of what it means to be Vietnamese--as a local, born and raised, or as a third culture kid. Gain insight on the divisions that separate us politically and culturally. This po ...
 
My African Aesthetic is a podcast that showcases African architecture and design in Africa and the diaspora. Join us on this journey as we discover, explore and interrogate the concept of the African aesthetic in African architecture and design on the African continent and the diaspora. We talk to designers working to provide architecture and design solutions for Africa. They share their knowledge and experiences on designing in the dynamic and hybrid African context or designing from the le ...
 
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Welp y'all, that was disappointing! Though it had been coming for the USWNT, we didn't expect it to end with Crystal Dunn playing RCB. Vlatko my guy, what is you doin?! Courtney & André try to answer that and many other questions in their deep dive of Canada's 1-0 victory. We discuss substitution patterns, hockey line changes, the problems with the…
 
Today Kibathi is still joined by Ann “The Official Ann” and her mother Magdalene Njuguna Kamau. In this episode Ann delves deeper into her story and experiences living the “Glamourous Hip-Hop Lifestyle”, how its not at all like it looks from the outside and how it almost killed her. She also explains her current battle to get her daughter Jayla bac…
 
This week on Fortunately, Fi and Jane are joined by Radio 4 Presenter Winifred Robinson. The host of You and Yours gets into some Liverpool analysis with her fellow Merseysider Jane (and Fi too). Winifred also offers some smart consumer tips, talks about getting her start at the Catholic Pictorial and bravely sticks around to hear listeners' emails…
 
Sharing this lunch and learn panel discussion from 7/6/21 hosted by Asian Women for Health https://www.asianwomenforhealth.org (Instagram: @asianwomenforhealth), featuring Boston-area podcasters of Asian heritage in a behind-the-mic scoop discussion about podcasting and content creation: Audrey Paek - From Resilience to Radiance Podcast (Instagram:…
 
A conversation with Maitreyi Ramakrishnan of the Netflix comedy series “Never Have I Ever” about her Tamil Canadian identity, having Mindy Kaling as a boss and breaking ground by playing a flawed Asian American lead on TV. Guest photo by Yasara Gunawardena / Netflix.By Maitreyi Ramakrishnan, Jen Yamato, Heba Elorbany, Tracy Brown, Mike Heflin, Asal Ehsanipour
 
Pan-Afrikan Reparations Rebellion and Groundings held in London on the 1st of Mosiah( August 1). with our special guest the leading Pan African Reparations Activist Sister Esther Stanford Xosei residing in London England. Conversation Reparations is an hour-long digital radio broadcast and audio podcast focusing on the issue of Reparations. It is p…
 
This is a lively and honest conversation with two people that I absolutely love. We are discussing Netflix's series "Sex/Life". This dialogue explores our thoughts and beliefs as it relates to relationships and how we approach sex. Benita is a relationship "lover" and is always open to share how she feels. The dialogues are raw and honest. She is u…
 
Originally aired August 1, 2020. This interview features Natasha Henry, president of the Ontario Black History Society and the author of several books on Emancipation Day in Canada. In this conversation, she speaks with Sarah Onyango on the history and celebrations of Emancipation Day.By Sarah Onyango, Adrienne Coddett, Jackie Lawrence, Patricia Harewood, Denise Isaac, Joanne John
 
Lynn Hoang hiện là giám đốc quốc gia của Binance tại Việt Nam. Trước đây, Lynn là COO tại Remitano và giám đốc dự án tại Infinity Blockchain Labs. Lynn đam mê kết nối các nhà lãnh đạo ngành, nhà giáo dục, nhà hoạch định chính sách, nhà quản lý và doanh nhân công nghệ để thúc đẩy việc áp dụng và sử dụng các công nghệ mới nổi thông qua giáo dục, đổi …
 
Friday, July 30th 8:00PM Eastern/ 5:00PM Pacific The Context of White Supremacy The Context of White Supremacy hosts the weekly summit on Neutralizing Workplace Racism. President Joe Biden announced this week that federal employees will be required to undergo Covid-19 vaccinations or be subject to routine testing and mask mandates. This comes amid …
 
And that's that on the quarterfinal round of the Olympics, with Canada, Sweden, Australia and the United States moving on to the semis! Courtney & André return to talk through the results and bemoan the football gods pitting diaspora against diaspora in Canada and Brazil. Then we get into the USWNT's great escape over the Netherlands. We spotlight …
 
Dog lovers are out here going nuts. I love dogs, can't stand these nutty dog lovers LOL. Check out the album "Hello Africa" by Chezidek https://music.apple.com/us/album/hello-africa/1515837626 Check out the album "Flat Bridge" by Dean Fraser https://music.apple.com/us/album/flat-bridge/1560426613 Please Subscribe to our Youtube Channel https://www.…
 
The US is brazenly throwing accusations of crimes against humanity at other nations. Slavery, forced labor, systemic oppression, and genocide. Like we did with the legal definition of Slavery, we'll examine the international definition of genocide and how it applies to descendants of the African Diaspora today. We're putting the United States of Ge…
 
Originally aired June 12, 2021. In this interview, Sarah Onyango speaks with Reverend Cheryle Hanna, the first woman to be Minister at Fourth Avenue Baptist Church. This conversation focuses on the importance of mutual respect and making space for different perspectives in dialogue.By Sarah Onyango, Adrienne Coddett, Jackie Lawrence, Patricia Harewood, Denise Isaac, Joanne John
 
Yes it's us again but this time we brought a friend! Courtney & André welcome in Texas A&M, Melbourne City and OL Reign star Ally Watt! Ally discusses the devastating injury she suffered twelve minutes into her NWSL career and her difficult path to recovery. She also talks about the mental strength required to reteach and re-train your body, and sh…
 
In a special edition of Fortunately, comedian Shappi Khorsandi joins Fi and Jane for their 200th episode, with a live and socially distanced audience at London's Royal Festival Hall. With the help of a high tech interactive Q&A, Garvey and Glover quiz the audience and face a few probing questions themselves. They are later joined by Shappi, who tel…
 
Courtney & André try to process waking up at 4am for *that* USWNT performance. Before we get into it, we talk about how the real potential banger of the day – Brazil vs. Zambia – was marred by injuries and VAR deciding to insert itself for no good reason. Still, the overall story of the group stages is Barbra Banda and Zambia, who balled out and sh…
 
Trends and Tings is a recap of all the current news in the world of Black travel. What travel activity should be an Olympic sport? This episode we talk about the Olympics, even though nobody can travel to Tokyo this year. The crew talks about the hits and misses of the events so far, while also debating if only rich countries should host the olympi…
 
UK-based clothing corporation cancels DaBaby over comments made at a concert but he was endorsed while rapping about killing "niggas". Make a tax-deductible donation to help maintain and distribute the vast online podcast archive of Black Talk Radio Network. https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=6RQCWRMAG3AG2 $24 A Year Is All It Takes For…
 
We are back with a great episode with Jay Warde as our special guest for the MyAreaVibe Spotlight Show! He was born in Guyana and he moved to America in his early twenties to chase his dreams. In doing so, he has worked for many major companies such as State Farm, Telebrands, and Panasonic. By overcoming each obstacle along the way, including hesit…
 
Reggie Williams - ex NFL linebacker, former Disney executive, and renaissance man shares his personal experiences on and off the field with utmost determination to succeed against all odds. Reggie offers detailed insight into his memoir, "Resilient by Nature: Reflections from a Life of Winning On and Off the Football Field". Just as he provides an …
 
Originally aired May 29, 2021. This interview features youth organizers Alador Bereketab, Vanessa Wright, and Kyla Gibson. The students share their inspirations and experiences during the 2021 Black Student Forum on air, hosted by the course teacher and our host, Adrienne Coddett. The students' organizational work can be found on Instagram at: @fig…
 
Originally aired May 1, 2021. Black On Black is your weekly connection to the Afro-Caribbean community in Ottawa and beyond! In this interview, Sarah Onyango speaks with Nadia Stewart, Executive Director of the Canadian Association of Black Journalists. Here Stewart shares insight on the organization as well as her experiences in the field of journ…
 
Dancehall heavyweight I-Octane returns with his latest album "Moods" and reasons with G Cole about his current Mood. Check out the album "Hello Africa" by Chezidek https://music.apple.com/us/album/hello-africa/1515837626 Please Subscribe to our Youtube Channel https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g8WBkHDZi4s&t=3669s…
 
Damn right, we got Audrey Nuna (@audreynuna) on this week. Discovered by roc nation at 16, the now 22-year-old artist is now signed to a major record label, and is here to share her journey with us. Yes, that includes giving a power point presentation to her parents, dropping out of university to focus on music and learning to love her Korean-Ameri…
 
This Self Healing Series has covered the topics that have been most traumatic to your well-being over the past 18 months. Our experiences have varied vastly but held common threads. Even success can impact us negatively if we start to lose control and focus on how & why we are doing the things we do. This final episode serves as solace and full of …
 
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