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Both a way of life and a philosophy, Ubuntu is Africa’s gift to the world. Hosted by Mungi Ngomane, a human rights activist, patron of the Tutu Foundation UK and author of the book Everyday Ubuntu: Living Better Together the African Way, this show engages in conversations about our common humanity. Because Ubuntu is a way to live life better together, our episodes include exchanges with inspiring personalities from around the world who fight for causes they believe in, who recognize their ow ...
 
Welcome, where ever you are in the UK and indeed, the world. I am Glenda D Roberts an Accredited Psychotherapist. I will be bringing you a selection of carefully chosen podcast interviews from inspirational people with true life stories to share. Together we are creating a positive vibrational wave in the world, so that you can find your own path and in doing so help others. Remember! Share your gift. Ubuntu👐🏾
 
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Esta semana estivemos na companhia do Janos Kehl que é Head of Marketing & Sales na Hallo Welt Systeme responsável entre outros produtos pelo(s) Volla phone(s). E a conversa foi do Volla às francesinhas num ápice… percebam como em mais um capítulo do vosso podcast preferido. Já sabem: oiçam, subscrevam e partilhem! https://volla.online https://keyc…
 
Esta semana a conversa foi animada e abordou temas tão interessantes como Wireguard e/ou integrações zigbee no Home Assistant, e revisitámos o raspberry pi zero e as mais recentes acções da comunidade Ubuntu. Já sabem: oiçam, subscrevam e partilhem! https://ubuntu.com//blog/raspberry-pi-zero-2-w-with-ubuntu-server-support-is-here https://ubuntu.com…
 
Apache OpenMeetings 6.2 available:https://blogs.apache.org/openmeetings/entry/openmeetings-v6-2-0-openapiVaultwarden 1.23, released:https://github.com/dani-garcia/vaultwardenBlender Community Releases Sprite Fright Animated Movie:https://www.blender.org/New release of antiX 21:https://antixlinux.com/antix-21-grup-yorum-released/Release of MPV 0.34:…
 
This week, Mungi speaks with Dr. Jean Augustine, the first Black woman to be elected to Canada's House of Commons. They discuss Dr. Augustine's life's work consisting of service, advocacy, and activism; and she shares what her experience was like as the first Black woman MP and some of the successes she has had. They also speak about intersectional…
 
Fellow The Brand is Female Podcast Studio host, Shayla Oulette Stonechild joined Mungi this week to discuss her work, the issues affecting Indigenous people today, and reclaiming power. Shayla is at the forefront of Indigenous women's wellness. Utilizing her skills as a powerful speaker and thought leader, Shayla is the founder of the “Matriarch Mo…
 
This week, host Mungi Ngomane is joined by Sinikiwe Stephanie Dhliwayo, a creative, an entrepreneur, an educator, and a speaker who is steadfast in her belief that Blackness and humanity are inextricably linked. She is driven daily by a deep desire to change the narrative of what it looks like and feels like to be well. An immigrant from Zimbabwe, …
 
Today's guest is Dawn Gifford Engle. Dawn is a filmmaker, an activist, and Co-Founder of The PeaceJam Foundation. She has been recognized for excellence in filmmaking, a well-decorated director, Dawn is the recipient of 12 Best Director awards. She wrote and directed the award-winning documentary films, Rigoberta Menchu: Daughter of the Maya, Desmo…
 
This week, host Mungi Ngomane is joined by Esméralda de Belgique, journalist, documentary-maker, keynote speaker, and author. Princess Esméralda is a member of the Belgian Royal family and the aunt of the current monarch, King Philippe. Throughout her career, she has co-produced documentaries and written several books about her family, environmenta…
 
This week we’ve been watching The Matrix, giving up Facebook and buying a new car. We make predictions for the next 14 years, bring you some command line love and go over your feedback to conclude this, the last episode of Ubuntu Podcast ever! It’s Season 14 Episode 30 of the Ubuntu Podcast! Alan Pope, Mark Johnson and Martin Wimpress are connected…
 
This week, host Mungi Ngomane is joined by Courtney Martin, Activist, Feminist, Author, Entrepreneur, and Journalist. Her book, Learning in Public: Lessons for a Racially-Divided America From my Daughter's School provides lessons that help white parents wondering if it's too early to speak to their young kids about racism—spoiler: it's not. Courtne…
 
This week we’ve been buying iPhones and playing with floppy disk emulators. We bring you new from the Ubuntu community and our favourite stories from past episodes of Ubuntu Podcast. It’s Season 14 Episode 29 of the Ubuntu Podcast! Alan Pope, Mark Johnson and Martin Wimpress are connected and speaking to your brain. In this week’s show: We discuss …
 
This week, host Mungi Ngomane is joined by Dennis Marcus, the Executive Director of Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights UK, an educational charity that works to inspire people to make human rights a reality in their everyday lives. Dennis co-founded the social impact agency Ubuntu London, working with leading politicians, global NGOs, and high profile a…
 
This week, host Mungi Ngomane is joined by the one and only Tre'vell Anderson. Tre'vell is an award-winning journalist whose work is dedicated to centering those in the margins. Tre'vell has worked for the LA Times, Out Magazine and is currently Editor-At-Large for Toronto's Xtra. In this episode, Tre'vell and Mungi discuss how they got into entert…
 
Meet Zeinab Badawi, Sudanese-born British Television and Radio Journalist. Zeinab has worked extensively in the British media for four decades and is best known for her work at BBC World News TV and on BBC World Service Radio, on programs such as Hard Talk and Global Questions. Zeinab is the current chair of the Royal African Society and a director…
 
This week, host Mungi Ngomane is joined by the Founder and Executive Director of Black Women in Motion, Monica Samuel. Black Women in Motion is a Toronto-based, youth-led organization that empowers and supports the advancement of Black women, gender-non-conforming, and non-binary survivors of gender-based violence. Monica is an educator, community …
 
This week’s guest teaches us that it is our differences that make us stronger. Meet Alphonso B. David, an accomplished and nationally recognized LGBTQ2S+ civil rights lawyer and advocate, and the president of the Human Rights Campaign (HRC). Mr. David is the first civil rights lawyer and the first person of colour to serve as president of HRC in th…
 
This week on the podcast, host Mungi Ngomane is joined by Theodore R. Johnson III. Theodore is a Senior Fellow and Director of the Fellows Program at the Brennan Center for Justice at the NYU School of Law, where he undertakes research on race, politics, and American identity. Prior to joining the Brennan Center, he was a National Fellow at New Ame…
 
This week, host Mungi Ngomane is joined by Carole Stone CBE. Carole is a British Author and Freelance Radio and Television Broadcaster, who spent 27 years at the BBC, starting her career as a newsroom secretary and eventually becoming the producer of Radio 4‘s flagship discussion programme, 'Any Questions?' In 2018, Stone established The Carole Sto…
 
Today’s guest is the epitome of leadership. This week on the podcast, host Mungi Ngomane is joined by Lieutenant Governor Mandela Barnes. Serving as Wisconsin's 45th Lieutenant Governor, he was elected on November 8th, 2018 and is the first African American to serve as a Lieutenant Governor in Wisconsin— the second African American to ever hold sta…
 
This week, Mungi is joined by Randy S. Stevens, the Head of St. Timothy's boarding school for girls, where she attended high school. Randy holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Government and International Studies from the University of South Carolina and a Master’s of Public Administration from Cornell University. Previously, Randy held various administrat…
 
This week on the podcast, host Mungi Ngomane is joined by John Allen, a South African journalist with experience in newspapers, news agencies, a journalists’ union, churches and South Africa’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC). Over the course of his career, John has worked in the U.S., the U.K and South Africa, and has won awards in South …
 
This week, host Mungi Ngomane is joined by British actress, director, and writer Kelechi Okafor. Kelechi is the host of the Say Your Mind podcast, where she explores her journey of unapologetic self-acceptance. Mungi and Kelechi discuss the serious topics of motherhood, racism, and dealing with and overcoming shame. The two discuss the ever-changin…
 
Sam Bahour is a Palestinian-American, born and raised in Youngstown, Ohio. A well-known businessman and entrepreneur, he is a managing partner of Applied Information Management, a consulting firm specializing in business development with a niche focus on start-ups and providing executive counsel. Sam is known for being instrumental in the establish…
 
This week, Olivia Charmaine Morris joins host Mungi Ngomane to talk authenticity, inclusion, and intersectionality. With over a decade of industry experience, Olivia is a film & TV producer, having worked for Kerry Washington's Simpson Street Productions, as well as current shows like "The Last OG", starring Tiffany Haddish and Tracy Morgan. In 202…
 
This week, host Mungi Ngomane is joined by the Canadian actor and producer behind the Netflix show 21 Thunder, Emmanuel Kabongo. While today he is known for his acting work, few people know that years ago, Emmanuel had to make a choice between the stage and his other passion, basketball. Emmanuel opens up to Mungi about his family's journey moving …
 
This week, we're so excited to introduce the women behind the Instagram account 'No White Saviors'. No White Saviors is an advocacy campaign led by a majority female and majority African team of professionals based in Kampala, Uganda. In this episode, host Mungi Ngomane speaks to Alaso Olivia and Kelsey Neilsen about their work that aims to disrupt…
 
This week, Mungi is joined by Faisal Saeed Al Mutar. Faisal was raised in Baghdad and has firsthand experience with authoritarian regimes. An outspoken writer and activist, he survived the Iraq Civil War, the murder of his brother, and several kidnapping attempts before becoming a refugee in the United States in 2013. Faisal has founded several ini…
 
This week, southern belle, author, and creator Candice Marie Benbow joins Mungi to discuss her work that intersects beauty, baking, faith, feminism, and culture- including a strong emphasis on giving voices to Black women’s shared experiences of healing. Candice has written for various outlets and in 2015, she started the Red Lip Theology podcast t…
 
Dr. Aminata Cisse is a board-certified psychiatrist, specializing in the treatment of mental health disorders. As well, she is credited as a creative and writer. One of her most recent pieces, published on her blog 'Am Tarr Musings' explores the fetishism of interracial relationships. This week, host Mungi Ngomane and Aminata have a candid conversa…
 
The Rt Honourable David Lammy joins host Mungi Ngomane to discuss politics in the UK, his new book, and how he derives so much hope from young people. David has been in the UK Parliament for 21 years and is the Labour MP for Tottenham, Shadow Lord Chancellor, and Shadow Secretary of State for Justice. In addition to his captivating speeches, he is …
 
Shannon Sedgwick Davis joined host Mungi Ngomane to discuss her work as the CEO of the Bridgeway Foundation, a philanthropic organization dedicated to ending and preventing mass atrocities around the world. As an attorney and passionate advocate for social justice, Ms. Sedgwick Davis has guided the Bridgeway Foundation to pioneering solutions to se…
 
Kamal Ahmed is a senior leader at BBC News—formerly an Editorial Director and member of the News Group Board, he was also the on-air Economics and Business Editor, for the BBC both nationally in the UK and globally. In this episode, he tells host Mungi Ngomane about his experience at the Equality and Human Rights Commission where he, along with his…
 
Prepare for your mind to be blown. In this conversation, Mungi is joined by endurance swimmer and UN Patron of the Oceans, Lewis Pugh. Lewis has completed a long-distance swim in every ocean in the world... no small feat. In this episode, Lewis shares when and why he started swimming--an answer you won't have seen coming. Lewis's point of view is a…
 
Dr. Paula Cordeiro of the Joan B. Kroc School of Peace Studies joins Mungi on this week's episode of Everyday Ubuntu to discuss all things education. Her work goes beyond borders, sharing how crucial it is for everyone around the globe to have access to quality education. In this episode, you'll see how these issues are not confined to any specific…
 
This week, Everyday Ubuntu host Mungi Ngomane is joined by Saskia Niño de Rivera, a Mexican-American advocate for human rights. In this episode, Niño de Rivera spoke about the organization she founded, Reinserta, and the work it does to reform the penitentiary system in Mexico. Reinserta works with girls, boys, adolescents, and young people who hav…
 
Rama Chakaki applies 25 years of technical and communications experience to her passion: social development for Arab youth. In this episode, she shares with host Mungi Ngomane why she is compelled to serve, the importance of the human connection, as well as how so much comes down to our connection to nature. Rama runs Chakaki Consulting, as well as…
 
Catherine Mayer is an author and co-founder of the Women's Equality Party in the U.K. In this beautifully raw interview, she opens up in an honest conversation about grief with Everyday Ubuntu host, Mungi Ngomane. Mayer lost her husband, musician Andy Gill, to Covid-19 in February 2020, 41 days after her mother was herself widowed. Though physicall…
 
What is an analytical storyteller? It all comes down to data. Keynote speaker and founder of Miribure: Intelligence company, Suki Fuller, talks Mungi through her journey from a competitive intelligence professional to the space she carved out for herself, and now occupies with pride. As an analytical storyteller, Suki uses data to guide the stories…
 
How did a country like Rwanda, which wasn't known for an abundance of resources, didn't have a strong economy, and didn't have high education rates, become a leading example in all these areas? The answer is leadership. Lawyer, cabinet member, and Rwanda Development Board CEO, Clare Akamanzi joined Everyday Ubuntu host Mungi Ngomane to discuss the …
 
This week, Mungi is joined by her esteemed friend Samar Ali to discuss freedom, belonging, unity, peace, and Ubuntu. A lawyer, research professor, mediator, author, co-founder, World Economic Forum Young Global Leader, and former White House Fellow, this multi-hyphenate has preserved her family's century-long legacy of working toward peace and free…
 
Economics and STEM are fields that have historically lacked in progress when it comes to diversity. In this week’s episode of Everyday Ubuntu, Mungi Ngomane speaks with Anna Gifty Opoku-Agyeman about being the strong voice that was needed in a field with few women who look like her. The Sadie Collective, co-founded by Anna, is the first non-profit …
 
This week, host Mungi Ngomane speaks with the inspiring and determined Susan Burton, Founder of A New Way of Life Reentry Project, and published author. Ms. Burton has been helping women rebuild their lives after prison and providing the services, advocacy and shelter that they need and are not receiving through the system. Through her own experien…
 
Twin brothers Byron and Dexter Peart join host Mungi Ngomane to speak about the new mission they embarked on in 2017. The designers and creative directors wanted to offer products that took into account both purpose and impact, so they founded GOODEE, following their success with brand and retailer WANT Les Essentiels. GOODEEE is a marketplace offe…
 
In this week’s episode, host Mungi Ngomane is joined by her former colleague Maryam Abolfazli, Social Impact Consultant and Author, for a conversation that touches on the Christmas Day terrorist bombing in Nashville and the attempted coup at the Capitol on January 6th. Maryam brings to light the perspectives we all need to consider and talks about …
 
Anthony Abraham Jack has made it his mission to study the shortfalls of our higher education system when it comes to disadvantaged students, a group he separates into two categories: the "Doubly Disadvantaged" and the "Privileged Poor”. Anthony is an Author, a Junior Fellow at the Harvard Society of Fellows and an Assistant Professor at the Harvard…
 
Natasha Thahane, Actress, Brand Ambassador for Garnier and Mungi’s cousin joins the podcast host in this episode. In this conversation, Natasha shares the importance her family has in her life, as well as her spirituality. With several successful South African TV shows under her belt, including a hit series on Netflix, Natasha has never taken fame …
 
Liberian activist Kula Fofana, President of the People’s Foundation Africa and Entrepreneur, is passionate about diversity, feminism and social and transitional justice. Through her work, she is committed to helping marginalized and hard to reach communities in her own country and across Africa. She also serves as a consultant for several UN missio…
 
Jody Williams, Peace Activist, Professor and 1997 Recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize joins Mungi on Everyday Ubuntu this week. As the founding coordinator of the International Campaign to Ban Landmines, Jody and the campaign won the Nobel Peace Prize for their work in banning and clearing anti-personnel landmines. In this conversation, Jody speaks …
 
Gina Miller joined Mungi to discuss her multifaceted work as an entrepreneur, philanthropist and Tutu Foundation UK Ambassador. Known as the woman who challenged and successfully sued the UK government not once but twice, Gina shares more about her life in this episode—but she also discusses the cases and their importance. Gina embodies Ubuntu in h…
 
This week Eva Hartling, founder of The Brand is Female agency and podcast as well as producer of the Everyday Ubuntu podcast, joined Mungi to speak about spending 20 years in the corporate world and then finally giving into her desire to amplify women's voices and promote women's rights. She shares the reality women face in the corporate world, TBI…
 
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