Make Sense is a show about creatives and how they make sense of the world. Episodes feature artists and innovators sharing their perspectives on pressing issues and pensive questions.
D-Unifier envision an All People's Congress Party that is democratic, strong and spirited! A party that choose humility over elitism, tolerance over bias, harmony over chaos, people over politics, and unity over disunity. We respect people who disagree with us and we treat everyone with dignity. We promote equal opportunity, and we give tribalism no safe heaven.
Dr. Richard Konteh sits down in conversation with Khadija Tejan Nabie of Salone For All, Voice For All Network TV and opens up on his personal life, career, successes and challenges.By D-Unifier
Dr. Richard Konteh challenges the credibility of the President Bio's mid-term population and housing census in Sierra Leone.By D-Unifier
We Need Bread and Butter; Sierra Leoneans are Under Pressure in Flailing EconomyBy D-Unifier
Make It Make Sense Episode 3: For the Love of Money by Ashley ChampionBy Ashley Champion
Colton Valentine discusses the question: can a computer write poetry? Featuring music by Jo Thomas.By Reylon Yount
On episode 2 of Make It Make Sense we talk about sex education. Apparently there are still folk in their late 20's to 30's who are still clueless about sex. Consent, STI's, hygiene, you name it....We talk about it. Enjoy this conversation with my good friend A.P and I. Disclaimer: We are not experts.…
Make It Make Sense is a podcast recorded at Timeless Recording Studio in Cincinnati, OH. My friends and I talk about any and everything. We talk about the real, the things no one wants to talk about and NOTHING is off limits. It's a crazy world out there and we just want to make sense of it all.By Ashley Champion
Visual artist Ariana Chaivaranon and musician Ben Zaidi explore what happens when art meets A.I.You can subscribe to Make Sense on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/make-sense/id1342023698?mt=2By Reylon Yount
Musician Laila Smith and theater-maker Katie Pearl unpack a big question: "what is the value of the arts?"By Reylon Yount