Covid-19 otherwise known as Coronavirus has taken the world by storm as the latest pandemic. As North America and Europe serve as the epicenter for this latest pandemic, Africa seems to be avoiding a large spread of the virus. Tune into my latest episode of Diaspora Talks as I address several African nations and their responses to the virus. This is an informative podcast. I hope you enjoy it.
This episode is an analysis of the state of Liberian development on my recent trip to Liberia after many years. This analysis focuses on my personal experiences at home and the role that I see diasporans playing in accelerating development back home. I hope that you enjoy listening to this episode.
This episode of Diaspora Talks focuses on the Xenophobic attacks in South Africa and my opinion on the matter as a Liberian who has studied abroad in Cape Town. I stand against all forms of violence and call for an end to Xenophobia. Please listen and comment below.
This episode discusses Fata Acquoi's vision for the African continent in 2020. It expands on Diaspora driven initiatives that are truly making an impact on the continent. Listen as she discusses where the African continent is headed in the next decade.
This episode talks about the current challenges that the African continent is facing. It focuses on development issues such as governance, the economy, nationalism, youth bulge, and China in Africa. I end with recommendations for diasporans who are interested in becoming involved in African Development.
This episode is a detailed analysis of the current crisis in Sudan. I am currently a scholar of international relations at the Elliott School of International Affairs. This analysis is one based in history and news reports of the current conflict.
This episode is titled:The Modern African Woman! This episode is a conversation between my friends (Michelle Ndely, Colleen Enwesi and Ama Asantewaa) and I on gender roles within our communities, tradition, the what it means to be a modern African woman. I hope you enjoy this episode!
Episode 7 focuses on the Pan-Africanism movement and how far it has come. Join me as I analyze the history, successes, challenges and my recommendations for the movement moving forward.
This podcast was live recording of Diaspora Talks in partnership with People of the Advancement of Liberia (P.A.L.) This special episode features the Ambassador of Ghana - H.E. Dr. Barfuor Adjei-Barwuah and his wife Mrs. Adjei-Barwuah as we dissect Ghana's new presidential initiative "Year of Return 2019" for Africans in the Diaspora, giving fresh impetus to the quest to unite Africans on the continent with their brothers and sisters in the diaspora.