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African in American is the raw in depth look into everyday life from the eyes of the single black female living in the present day African diaspora. In this podcast you will receive "real talk" on the behind the scenes of what goes on in the mind of the woman who is culturally aware of herself, and how to make that fit into the day to day. African in American is bringing to light to money, love, family, nothing is off limits. This is about what affects US. This is about what is relevant to U ...
 
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 ...
 
Living African is a podcast that sparks hard conversations that challenge questionable cultural and societal norms, which threaten the wellbeing of the African community. The host, Anyoh Fombad, features various African guests who share their stories from heart-wrenching to exciting experiences growing up in Africa and the diaspora. By normalizing these open discussions, Anyoh hopes to encourage Africans to show their strength through vulnerability, as well as use their voices to challenge e ...
 
This podcast celebrates African and Black love stories, perspectives, and cultures. Don't speak about it; be about it," they said. And sometimes, that's exactly what we need to do. Speak. So let's talk about it: LOVE. Because how can you be, what you don't understand? So let's TALk about it - this African love. In all its forms, to all its people. Whether you're on the continent, in the Diaspora, or of African descent, you have a voice here. Your issues deserve to be heard. If you have melan ...
 
Arum Galadima is the Founder and Host of the Knowledge Bandits podcast, a weekly podcast where he interviews African entrepreneurs on the Continent and in diaspora. Knowledge Bandits is inspiring African entrepreneurs all over the world to take their next leap.
 
A podcast exploring issues in the field of African Christianity and African Theology both on the continent of Africa and in diaspora. The Podcast is hosted by Harvey Kwiyani who teaches theology, missiology, and leadership courses at several places in the US, Europe and Africa. He is currently based at Liverpool Hope University where he teaches African theology.
 
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In light of the Guilty verdict handed down to George Floyds murderer last Tuesday and the 9 minutes and 29 seconds Floyd spent with the officers knee on his neck, Kibathi delivers a powerful 9:29 monologue honoring the fallen and calls for the injustice to stop. #GeorgeFloyd #BLM #ADC #UnitedPodcastNetwork #Studio21PodcastCafe Follow Us On: YouTube…
 
This week on African in American we are discussing the new wave of the stop black on Asian hate here in the U.S, this is such a slap in the face to black America, and we are once again the grunt of the blame for something that we have nothing to do with. Let’s talk about it..--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podca…
 
Today’s guest is Anyi Atabong. She joins us today to talk about anxiety, depression, and mental health. Anyi is one of the most knowledgeable psychiatric nurses that I’ve met, and she is a huge advocate for mental health. She has worked for over 15 years in the healthcare industry. She is currently a practitioner for Talkspace and the Co-Founder & …
 
Join us for today’s episode, where we continue our discussions with Manyi Anabor. In part two of this series, we had further conversations about the impact of her experiences with child sexual and physical abuse in her life. We also talk about how she sought help through the form of therapy. Although there are still misconceptions about therapy, su…
 
After such a rich first season, Eunice and Penina (co-hosts) sit down and reflect upon key themes such as: the role of identity and knowing ones heritage when designing in the African context; the value of telling our own stories, in our own African way and lens; and how our education system needs to stay relevant to meet the demands of today's lan…
 
Today Kibathi is joined by Walu from Homeland Kenya and Crasher Patrick Kiragu from UK (Strathmore Old School) . The discussion centers around crypto currencies 101. #Satoshi​#Crypto​#Bitcoin​#Crypto​ Currency#ADC Follow Us On:YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWnE2e8f2KT8lbsv5ONsJaQFace Face Book: https://www.facebook.com/African-Diaspora-…
 
One of many challenges that women face in society is the existence of Rape Culture, an environment where sexual violence is normalized and minimizes the seriousness of such acts. Some people even say that it’s the victim’s fault for getting raped. It’s time to take action against these social norms.Rape Culture is prevalent and must be stopped. Let…
 
Today Kibathi is joined by Tony Ngare a KCB Agent from Kenya Commercial Bank and Ralph Kilondu the Co Founder & Secretary of Kenyan USA Diaspora KUD Sacco. together they discuss the differences between large and small banking institutions. How did Saccos come into existence? Did it have anything to do with fighting big bank bureaucracy? What does K…
 
In this episode, we continue our conversations from part one of “Communication in the African Home.” As we continue discussing our lives living and growing up in an African household, we dive into our experiences and talk about the lessons and values that our parents instilled in us. Be sure to check out part one of this series. [00:01 – 20:21] Pre…
 
In this episode of Living African, we discuss the need for communication in a household. In our case, an African household and my guests today are my lovely family to give you a perspective on the dynamics in an African home. As we know, communication within the family is important so that we can enable everyone to express their thoughts, needs, wa…
 
Today Kibathi is joined by Pastor Lucy Paynter from the Glorious Power Church, Pastor Lucy Paynter is the founder and Senior Pastor of Glorious Power Church USA. A missionary trained in Kenya , a sexual assault survivors counselor, mental wealth ambassador and advocate for emotional health.Her purpose is to reach out to the young to understand thei…
 
This is part two of the interview with Anne Alobwede. We continue our conversations around the topic of domestic abuse/violence. Domestic abuse and intimate partner violence have been rampant in the African community, and this issue needs immediate attention and action. With this sense of urgency, please help me spread the word and raise awareness …
 
The story we will be highlighting today is the issue of domestic abuse and intimate partner violence. This has been rampant in the African community and is also a topic of recent events that have garnered the attention of many. Today, we brought in our guest, Anne Alobwede, and in part one of this two-part episode, we discuss the relationship dynam…
 
Kibathi is back again, today he is joined by Emmanuel Owusu, the Co Founder & Executive Director of the African Bridge Network. Emmanuel is going to educate us all on what the network is and what exactly it does. The African Bridge Network aims to create a supportive community that enables African immigrants in Massachusetts to leverage their quali…
 
My name is Anyoh Fombad, and welcome to the Living African Podcast. Join me as I embark on this journey where we uncover my fellow Africans' stories, help empower our communities, and bring awareness to our culture that's being threatened by social norms. I hope that this platform can provide a safe space for misunderstood African individuals to op…
 
Today Kibathi is joined by Kamnao from KEMEN (Kenyan Men Empowerment Network) an African Affinity group for men whose slogan is “One Man at a Time”. The group is about to celebrate its 3rd Anniversary and is growing bigger every year. The purpose of KEMEN is to promote the civic welfare of its members. Together they discuss the many different aspec…
 
Today Kibathi is joined by Maureen Njogu from Mahiga homes to discuss Real Estate investing in the Nairobi and surrounding areas, with Mahiga Homes. Who is their target Demographic? How much does a Mahiga home cost? What kind of monthly income do I need to afford one? What do I need to apply for a Mahiga home? What kind of installment plan do they …
 
Today Kibathi is joined by Bob Mwiti from the Kenya Airlift Program, together they discuss the inner workings of the program which focuses on getting Kenyan kids to USA for a College Education and how without the program there may never have been a President Obama. Check out the program at: http://www.kenyaairliftprogram.com How Does the Program Ge…
 
Today Kibathi is joined once again via zoom by immigration lawyer Lawrence Gatei, together they are discussing President Bidens Immigration reform. What will the new policies be? What are the new proposals going to be? What is the U.S. Citizen act of 2020? Is immigration going to be easier or harder? Is Family Based Immigration going to change? Wil…
 
On todays show Kibathi is joined by family friend Mark, who was raised in an African household here in USA. Together they discuss Marks experiences and his advice for ADC parents raising their kids in USA culture. Are we being too hard on them? Is it time to move on from the “Old Ways”? How can we be better for them? Can we integrate African and US…
 
On todays show Kibathi talks with Wanjiru Nganga about the ABC(A Better Chance) a fantastic program focused on substantially increasing the number of well-educated young people of color who are capable of assuming positions of responsibility and leadership in American society.Wanjiru shares her experience with the program after her daughter was acc…
 
Today Kibathi is joined by Alan J. McMillan to discuss the benefits of having a well thought out collegiate plan to ensure a successful future. Bio: Alan J. McMillan www.LearnEarnRetire.com Alan J. McMillan is the Founder of LearnEarnRetire, the informational resource for students and early employees (usually 18-24 year old’s) transitioning from ca…
 
This week on African in American we are having a discussion about the traditional roles and purpose of women. Our traditional ways worked, why did we stray from them, and how do we get back to them? We are discussing why this is important and relevant this week. When feminine women are dating they should be studying their potential court ship partn…
 
In this conclusion of the previous "Ask a Man" segment, we’re going over lessons to learn from men, across varied walks of life. Married, single, all that lies in-between. I sat down with Kaelo A today, a lawyer, marathoner, and avid book reader. Navigating as a single, heterosexual woman is a profoundly different experience than that navigation as…
 
This week Kibathi is joined by Jeremy Awori long time U.S. resident who recently migrated to Toronto Canada. Kibathi and Jeremy discuss the process, benefits and lifestyle of the Great White North. The African Diaspora Connects is a proud member of the United Podcast Network and is recorded live at the Studio 21 Podcast Cafe.…
 
This week on African and American we are having a discussion about the fear of rejection that plagues us as a people we are dissecting what it means and what it doesn’t mean and how it affects us as a whole. Rejection, is it synonymous with negativity? Tune in to the talk.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast.…
 
In this continuation of the previous "Ask a Man" segment, we’re going over lessons to learn from men, across varied walks of life. Married, single, all that lies in-between. I sat down with Kaelo A today, a lawyer, marathoner, and avid book reader. Navigating as a single, heterosexual woman is a profoundly different experience than that navigation …
 
This week, Kibathi is joined by his life long friend and Forest Grove Middle School teacher, Anne Amon. Kibathi and Anne discuss the struggles for students immigrating to America, how Anne got her start as a teacher in America, and how Covid-19 has impacted her students. African Diaspora Connects is a proud member of the United Podcast Network and …
 
This week on African in American we are catching up after the break. Let’s talk and catch up on the latest news and changes that have occurred since we last talked. Chad wheeler of the Seattle Seahawks has been arrested for domestic violence against his black girlfriend. If you are having issues with black men, is divesting the solution? Tune into …
 
This week, Kibathi is joined by Beth Hale and Mercy Anampiu to talk about the Covid-19 Vaccine. Beth and Mercy tell Kibathi everything that you need to know about the vaccine, dealing with a positive diagnosis, and what this new strain means for the population. Beth Hale is the Vice President Patient Care Services/Chief Nursing Officer at both Elli…
 
So, we’re doing things a little differently today! In this "Ask a Man" segment, we’re going over lessons to learn from men across varied walks of life. Married, single, all that lies in-between. I sat down with Kaelo A today, a lawyer, marathoner, and avid book reader. Navigating as a single, heterosexual woman is a profoundly different experience …
 
Jude Yaw Agboada is a visual communication designer, educator and branding expert from Ghana. He currently resides in St. Louis, Missouri and teaches communication design at the Sam Fox School of Design and Visual Arts at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri where he holds a position as the 2019-21 Louis D. Beaumont Artist-in-Residence. Thr…
 
This week, Sam Njenga fills in for Kibathi. Sam details all that you need to know when filing your taxes in 2021. This year is going to be very confusing for American tax payers, but thankfully tax professionals, like Sam, are here to help you through this difficult process. For more information contact Sam Njenga Business Services in Waltham, 781-…
 
Jude Yaw Agboada is a visual communication designer, educator and branding expert from Ghana. He currently resides in St. Louis, Missouri and teaches communication design at the Sam Fox School of Design and Visual Arts at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri where he holds a position as the 2019-21 Louis D. Beaumont Artist-in-Residence. Thr…
 
This week, Kibathi Gaturu chats with Anne Lilian about her personal struggles with Lupus, how it has affected her family, what is being done to treat this disease, and the amazing work she does to help Africans treat lupus. For more information visit: sclad-awareness.com Or you can email scladawareness@gmail.com African Diaspora Connects is a proud…
 
Back with Part II! ...A different flavour, but just as awesome! I had the pleasure of sitting down with Nike Anani, one of the most phenomenal individuals I've ever come across. One of the reasons behind talking with Nike is to discuss how to be a better human being, and how much business and love use the same approach - the importance of communica…
 
Doreen Adengo is an Architect based in Kampala, Uganda where she runs an architectural firm called Adengo architecture. Much of Doreen’s work is focused on communicating the value of professional design services in African cities. In a context where non-designers often build their own homes, schools, and other structures, she believes that it’s cri…
 
This week, Kibathi Gaturu sits down with Lawrence Gatei, an immigration lawyer. Kibathi and Lawrence discuss some of the crucial elements of immigrating to the US and what the steps are you need to overcome. African Diaspora Connects is a proud member of the United Podcast Network and is recorded live at the Studio 21 Podcast Cafe.…
 
This week, Kibathi is joined by his fellow Emcees to talk about how they got involved in the profession, some of the tricks of the trade, and how they can dramatically improve your important life events, such as a wedding. African Diaspora Connects is recorded live at the Studio 21 Podcast Cafe and is a proud member of the United Podcast Network.…
 
This week on African and American we are discussing the wave of “inclusivity“. In today’s modern times, inclusivity training is common in the work place and even in the school systems, but there is one group that is always left out of the inclusivity culture, let’s talk about it.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a p…
 
Abigail thrives on Creativity! As a practicing fine artist, who then studied architecture from Makerere University in Kampala Uganda, worked and lived in both Europe and Africa, she is extremely passionate about the role design plays in innovatively creating order and solving many of the world's complexities. She currently serves as Head of Design …
 
Abigail thrives on Creativity! As a practicing fine artist, who then studied architecture from Makerere University in Kampala Uganda, worked and lived in both Europe and Africa, she is extremely passionate about the role design plays in innovatively creating order and solving many of the world's complexities. She currently serves as Head of Design …
 
This week, Kibathi is joined by two of his fellow single fathers. You will hear stories about how these gentlemen dealt with the loss of their spouses, the difficulty transitioning into being a single parent, and how they overcame those struggles. African Diaspora Connects is recorded live at the Studio 21 Podcast Cafe and is a proud member of the …
 
This week on African and American we are discussing a very important subject when it comes to the coupling of Black people together. Do we really know what we want? Is what we want realistic and attainable? Are we too hard on each other? Let’s talk about it, tune in to the talk. Don’t forget to subscribe. Happy listening. --- This episode is sponso…
 
In this episode, Professor Mugendi reflects on his role as president of the World Design Organization and how that work continues to spark a desire for mentoring young African designers, especially having been inspired and mentored by one of the most celebrated African design heroes, Esther Mahlangu. Professor Mugendi also shares his thoughts on th…
 
This week, Kibathi is joined by Cyndy Muchine, founder of Kenya Autism Alliance. Cyndy details her experience with an autistic child and why that led her to create the Kenya Autism Alliance. African Diaspora Connects is recorded live at the Studio 21 Podcast Cafe and is a proud member of the United Podcast Network.…
 
Back with a different flavour, but just as awesome! I had the pleasure of sitting down with Nike Anani, one of the most phenomenal individuals I've ever come across. One of the reasons behind talking with Nike is to discuss how to be a better human being, and how much business and love use the same approach - the importance of communication, the im…
 
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