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The Voice of African Family Business identifies and addresses issues that are specific to the African continent and contribute to the progress on topics related to family business management, particularly on succession, family governance, next-generation development, and family communication. This podcast is hosted by African Family Firms("AFF"), a non-profit pan-African family business association, an association that champions the multi-generational success of African family business.
 
Afrobeats Intelligence Podcast is a podcast spin-off of the popular music newsletter, Afrobeats Intelligence. It's focused on African music and the sprawling ecosystem that inspires and supports creativity from Lagos, Accra, Nairobi, Johannesburg, and more. Hosted by multi-award-winning music journalist Joey Akan, the podcast explores the intersection of art, humanity and processes that give birth to African sonic excellence. Expansive interviews, the most informed and diverse views, and a s ...
 
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LeadUP Podcast

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LeadUP Podcast

University of Pretoria Alumni Relations Office

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Alumni and friends of the University of Pretoria (UP) share their stories and leadership lessons on this podcast by the leading contact university in Africa. Prominent UP alumni from across disciplines – from business and law to medicine and the arts – share details about where their journey has taken them after their time at Tuks, and what they’ve learned along the way. LeadUP is a project of the Alumni Relations Office of the University of Pretoria. You can find out more about us or get in ...
 
A podcast series about inspirational members of the African community. Our guests are people you may never have heard of but who’ve made a difference for themselves and the community sometimes against seemingly insurmountable odds, often through extraordinary self-sacrifice, or awesome ingenuity; coupled with unparalleled persistence and resilience.
 
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Museum of the African Diaspora

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The Museum of the African Diaspora (MoAD) showcases the history, art and the cultural richness that resulted from the dispersal of Africans throughout the world. By realizing our mission MoAD connects all people through our shared African heritage.
 
Join host Amanda Bostlund around kitchen tables and in community spaces for Elder Voices, a limited-series podcast of stories and ideas from elders, and about elderhood, from within Mi’kmaw, African Nova Scotian, Acadian and Gaelic communities. For those of us in Anglo settler communities who have lost the tradition of elderhood, this is an invitation to listen, learn and remember. For all of us, these voices will offer a window into ways of life that are different from our own. Elder Voices ...
 
India's first multilingual Nature and Wildlife Conservation Podcast. Bringing you recent news, events, latest scientific research and government policies, tales from amazing personalities, and gripping wildlife stories in relation to wildlife and environment conservation.
 
If you are interested in democracy, poverty eradication and climate change, this is your go-to podcast for a deeper understanding of the politics of global development. In each episode, we discuss the experiences of developing and “emerging economies” in Africa, Asia and Latin America. While we examine major global challenges and highlight various “problems”, we also highlight what works on the ground. This podcast is hosted by Professor Dan Banik from the Centre for Development and the Envi ...
 
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Polar Opposites

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Polar Opposites

Justin & Co. | A Gen-Z/Millennial Podcast

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From the white suburbs of Texas to the hood-adjacent streets of New Jersey, Justin & Donté are truly Polar Opposites! When they’re not arguing about who’s invited to the cookout, they spend time dragging your favorite politicians, tackling uncomfortable topics, and speaking truth about all things pop culture, race, entertainment, & life. Join them weekly as they speak honestly about navigating the world as young black men while sparking conversations that are relatable, funny and NECESSARY. ...
 
Welcome to The HBCU Audio Experience, hosted by entrepreneur Todd Finley. The HBCU Audio Experience podcast is produced and distributed by HBCU Grad. On this podcast you'll find a mix of interviews, strategy sessions, behind the scenes, news and fireside chats with HBCU Grads and students. You'll also hear current thoughts that the HBCU Grad staff records originally for this audio experience! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hbcugrad/support
 
Our Voices on The Yard is a celebration of Black voices of The Juilliard School, their passion, contributions and sacrifices. Through our lens, we explore the historic intersection of Black art, culture, faith and activism in our communities and beyond, while sharing the triumphs and struggles of the extraordinary Black. Hosted by Juilliard Drama Division alum, Denise Woods, Our Voice on The Yard prides itself on authentic, no-holds-barred conversations with former and current Juilliard stud ...
 
This is a podcast by Kenyans residing in Kenya and around the world. We talk about cultural issues, society, and current affairs. We also interview guests about their stories, life experiences, lessons they've learned, and how to make a difference.
 
Future Perfect | Futur Antérieur sheds light on individual and collective actions across Europe, Africa and the Americas to defend racial equality and justice. Our guests - scholars, activists, artists - share their practice with us, highlighting both the forms that historical and contemporary racial violence takes in these different contexts, and examples of possible reforms and mobilizations. Through their experiences fighting against racism, we draw the contours of racial justice efforts ...
 
Speaking Of... is a show about how we use our voices both in performance and in everyday life. Through conversations with performers, teachers, and anyone who has a voice, voice and speech coach Ryan O'Shea explores questions about how our voices and the ways we speak help shape and express our identity. Can someone's voice tell you whether or not they're a good person? Is there any way to change how you sound without feeling inauthentic? We'll examine these questions and many more in the co ...
 
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Tell Dem

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Tell Dem

Tamasha supported by Transmission Roundhouse

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TELL DEM is where global majority movers and shakers reflect and critique work that lies across our cultural spectrum, using it to unpack connected, contemporary issues and dissect the affairs rooted in our respective cultures. Hosted by Tamasha (https://tamasha.org.uk/) and supported by Transmission Roundhouse (https://www.roundhouse.org.uk/transmission) . Season One is hosted by South London Producer, Tobi Kyeremateng. Season Two features guest presenters including Sharmaine Lovegrove, Mei ...
 
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Men's Voice

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Men's Voice

TLamontSpeaks

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The aim of Men's Voiceis to empower and encourage men to take their rightful place in the home, community and ultimately the world. We discuss issues that are relevant to men especially in the black community. The show will officially launch on January 5, 2012 at 10:00 PM (EST)
 
Radio Days Africa is the premier gathering of radio leaders and influencers on the African continent. The conference aims to stimulate discussion, learning and debate amongst radio professionals and practitioners. Hosted by the WIts Radio Academy, RDA is a partner conference to Radio Days Europe and is the biggest radio conference in Africa.
 
TheGrio is the first video-centric news community site devoted to providing African Americans with stories and perspectives that appeal to them but are underrepresented in existing national news outlets. TheGrio features aggregated and original video packages, news articles, and blogs on topics from breaking news, politics, health, business, and entertainment. TheGrio is brought to you through the cooperation of NBC News and the production team that brought you the documentary film, Meeting ...
 
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AYUKO BABUDirector of the Pan African Film FestivalIn Conversation with Eric Mann Discussing the FilmsFight for Respect: African American Soldiers in World War IIAfrica, Cradle of Humankind and Modern CivilizationsSoleil O by Med HondoBlack Mothers Love and Resist—Stories of Black Mothers whose Black children were victims by police brutality and mu…
 
In this episode, HBCU Grad (@hbcugrad) founder Todd Finley (@toddnfinley) and Morgan State University Professor of Social Work Dr John Gallagher come together to have a wide ranging conversation around Dr Gallagher's ten years of research around giving African Americans a voice in the quality of services they receive in the criminal justice system.…
 
On Daybreak Africa: African leaders in attendance of the second Dakar Summit on Agriculture which is being held in Senegal, are calling on their peers to minimize food imports and prioritize food production on the continent.For this and more, stay tuned to VOA's Daybreak Africa !By VOA
 
On Africa News Tonight:The All Africa Music Awards were held Sunday in the outskirts of Dakar, Senegal and witnessed an attendance of several stars from the continent such as Burna Boy, Wizkid and Asakhe.China’s Foreign Minister Qin Gang Monday spoke out against criticism that his nation has received for allegedly placing nations in a so-called deb…
 
"I couldn't pretend anymore that I felt the same way. I did doubt. It was as good as saying I'd lost my faith."Aleem Maqbool meets Kat Wordsworth, who tells her story about doubt in her Christian beliefs and how it's affected her life and health. She now shares her experiences and thoughts on doubt on a social media account, with followers also con…
 
Today we are joined again by our guest cohost Ray J. We also get a chance to sit down with Khadeen & Devale Ellis to speak on putting work into their marriage, their new book and more! Finally, we open our phone lines to discuss what the blueprint to being married is. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Lily Ebert was 20 when the Nazis deported her from her Hungarian hometown to Auschwitz. Remarkably she survived, and so did her faith. Now a 99 year old grandmother, she tells Aleem Maqbool how the Judaism of her childhood, sustained her in the most horrific circumstances.Her moving story sparks a discussion on the impact that the Holocaust had on …
 
In this episode, HBCU Grad (@hbcugrad) founder Todd Finley (@toddnfinley) and The House of Eve author Sadeqa Johnson had a conversation ranging from her childhood to her children attending HBCUs. The conversation started with Sadeqa talking about how she discovered and developed her love of reading and writing. She then touched on her first few job…
 
'You don't find meaning through the end of a telescope.' So says Professor Brian Cox, particle physicist and one of the best communicators of modern science today. Speaking to Aleem Maqbool, Brian shares his view on the relationship between religion and science. Not a believer himself, he thinks the perception of conflict between them is wrong. Ale…
 
Kyle Abraham is an acclaimed choreographer and company director who is the recipient of many awards including a Doris Duke Performing Artist Award and a MacArthur Fellowship. In this podcast, he talks about growing up in Pittsburgh in a home that encouraged music and art, his life-changing experience when he first saw professional dance at the age …
 
On Daybreak Africa: A Kenyan court Tuesday rejected an effort by Meta, the parent company of Facebook, to stop a case where the social media giant is facing allegations of exploiting workers. Plus, United Nations authorities in South Sudan welcome the deployment of government forces to Kajokeji County, in retaliation to a recent deadly attack that …
 
Generation Hope will be expanding their successful Scholar Program to a new city. The team is planning to officially announce the new site location in early January. Founded in 2010, Generation Hope works with education and policy partners to drive systemic change and provides direct support to young parents in college as well as their children thr…
 
Today we are joined by our guest host Ray J to discuss topics such as sharing Netflix passwords and if fried chicken and watermelon are disrespectful to serve in school for black history month. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By iHeartPodcasts
 
On #Africa NewsTonight: Mali’s military government has ordered the human rights chief with the U.N. peacekeeping mission in the country to leave by tomorrow; Sudanese protested in the capital Khartoum against diplomatic relations with Israel, after last week's surprise visit by the Israeli foreign minister; And, Ethiopians are voting in a referendu…
 
On Daybreak Africa: Representatives of the United Nations Sunday addressed the ongoing conflict in South Sudan and said they are praying that Pope Francis' two-day visit to the East African nation will bring about peace and unity. Plus, Ghanaian three-time Grammy Award Nominee Rocky Dawuni speaks to VOA about Sunday’s ceremony that was held in Los …
 
The Black Effect Presents... Reasonably Shady! Gizelle and Robyn discuss renovations, Robyn’s news, Ye’s new wife, Beyoncé in Dubai, MLK’s Boston statue, Nelly, Sheryl Lee Ralph, Larsa Pippen, Gizelle’s “apology” and more! -MLK statue story: https://youtu.be/ArXGxq8K42k +Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ReasonablyShady +Get in touch with the show: …
 
“The Street Stoic” is a podcast that invites listeners in for their daily shot of inspiration by combining Hip Hop lyrics with ancient Stoic philosophy. Hosted by Dramos, whose voice has been heard from The Breakfast Club to New York’s Z100 and most recently his “Life as a Gringo” podcast; the show creates a practical approach on how to live a happ…
 
Today we are joined by DL Hughley to talk about his ‘Daily Show’ Takeover, Tyre Nichols, Kanye West, Megan Thee Stallion Case and more. We are also joined by Mo McRae to speak on finding his purpose, Acting/Directing, casting DJ Envy in 'East New York' and more. Finally, we are joined by Jason Wilson to speak on comprehensive Manhood, generational …
 
On Africa News Tonight: Pope Francis was met by authorities and a large crowd in South Sudan following his arrival Friday in the capital Juba. Plus, leaders of the East African Community are expected to meet in Burundi for a summit focused on addressing the ongoing conflict in the eastern part of the Democratic Republic of Congo. For this and more,…
 
Hebrew Bible/OT womanist scholar, author, preacher, and public theologian Rev. Dr. Renita J. Weems is the guest of this episode 15 of Season 1 of the Beyond the Womanist Classroom Podcast. The host, Rev. Dr. Mitzi J. Smith speaks with Dr. Weems about her essay "The Biblical Field's Loss Was Womanist Ethics' Gain: Katie Cannon and the Dilemma of the…
 
Denise sits down with world renowned opera singer Kevin Thompson to discuss his career and Juilliard experience.. Originally from Washington D.C. Mr. Thompson is an alumnus of The Juilliard School in New York, San Francisco Opera’s prestigious Merola Program, and the Santa Fe Opera Program. Mr. Thompson has performed in opera houses and concert ven…
 
On Daybreak Africa: Authorities in South Sudan Friday said joint security forces were deployed in Juba to ensure that there is law and order across the capital city, ahead of the visit by Pope Francis. Plus, Nigeria’s Independent National Electoral Commission reports an attack on its offices in southeast Anambra state on Wednesday. For this and mor…
 
We have many state/church victories to report, including against the National Prayer Breakfast and proselytizing Colorado coach Deion Sanders. FFRF litigation counsel Sam Grover describes our newest federal court win against Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, who censored our display in the state Capitol. Then we hear Nebraska state Sen. Megan Hunt, an atheis…
 
On Africa News Tonight: Zimbabwean authorities Thursday said their government has concrete plans in place that are focused on repatriating thousands of its citizens whose exemption permits expire on June 30 in South Africa. Plus, Zambian authorities report that flash floods that started in January have damaged infrastructure, crops and left over 50…
 
On Africa News Tonight: Pope Francis Thursday addressed a rally which had an attendance of over 65,000 youth in the Democratic Republic of Congo, who expressed joy in meeting the pontiff after they were encouraged to fight against corruption. Plus, African military officials are set to meet in Botswana’s capital, Gaborone to discuss efforts to boos…
 
The pandemic has made us all rethink how we work. Where once millions of people used to travel into work in tall glass buildings in big cities every day, now our idea of the office has come to include the kitchen table or maybe even a coffee shop. Yet despite the temptation to shift permanently to remote working, many organisations say the events o…
 
On Daybreak Africa: Authorities in South Sudan say they are ready to host Pope Francis, who is presently in the Democratic Republic of Congo but is scheduled to visit the East African nation on Friday. There, he will meet with authorities, religious leaders and locals who were displaced from their homes because of the unrest in the nation. Plus, Zi…
 
AMERICAN EXPERIENCE Presents Zora Neale Hurston: Claiming a Space - a new in-depth biography of the influential author whose groundbreaking anthropological work would challenge assumptions about race, gender and cultural superiority that had long defined the field in the 19th century. Directed by Tracy Heather Strain, produced by Randall MacLowry a…
 
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