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Is the tradition of bride price and dowry important or outdated? I speak to elders, millennials, and those getting married, single, and to be married about their thoughts on dowry and bride price, and its place in our culture and lifestyle.
On this episode of the The MIX Project podcast, our special guest Ade Bamgbala, Louisa and I discuss the construction and complexity around forms of masculinity, and more specifically, African masculinity.
I talk to third culture kids from across continents about the extent to which being connected to various cultures shapes our self identity and how we see the world.
In this two-part series explore what it means to be a Third Culture Kid from a Pan-African perspective, and how it feels to tied to various cultures.
The Black beauty business is a big deal – culturally and economically, and for that reason I invited women at the epicentre of the industry for an explosive talk on trends, beauty hacks and to give an honest account of the challenges faced by brands and consumers.
Meet Euzhan, the first black woman to direct a Hollywood studio film and the pioneer for black women in film. In this intimate conversation, we talk through her time as a film maker and speak openly about feminism, rejecting whiteness as a default and cultural appropriation in film.
Meet Nii, the Ghanaian performance poet, writer and publisher. Nii is a 2007 recipient of Ghana’s national ACRAG award for poetry and literary advocacy. His début novel ‘Tail of the Blue Bird’ was shortlisted for the Commonwealth Prize.
Meet Tolani, beauty writer for Buzzfeed and 1/4 of The Receipts Podcast. The Receipts is one of my favourite podcasts, made of four beautiful bold black women talking about love and life – unfiltered.
Meet Nancy, creator of AFREADA, Africa's online literary magazine. We talk about connecting through stories and how African stories are not just for studying but for enjoyment. Plus, how travelling through African literature is one of the first and most powerful steps in getting to know the continent.
Meet Rich, fashion designer and consultant to talk about life between Germany, South Africa and Ghana and his latest collection with Adidas Originals.