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Our Pan-African Consciousness

Our Pan-African Consciousness

By AiD x TNA
Tribe Named Athari explores conversations with Pan-Africanists of today.
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EPISODE 5 - Strength & Perseverance: In Conversation with Cídia Chissungo
Africans in the Diaspora and Tribe Named Athari came together to create this podcast series to explore a modern day conversation on Pan-Africanism. *This is the last episode of the series* Cídia Alcido Chissungo, a young Mozambican activist and entrepreneur, is well-known in Mozambique and beyond as one of the country's and continent's most influential youth leaders, who served on the board of directors of the Pan-African Movement "Africans Rising for Justice, Peace, and Dignity" for two years. Follow us at: Twitter: @tribeNathari & AiDinnovations Instagram: @tribenamedathari & @_africansinthediaspora www.africansinthediaspora.org
35:36
June 1, 2021
EPISODE 4 - Pan-Africanism as Restoration: In Conversation with Leslie Ann Turner
Africans in the Diaspora and Tribe Named Athari came together to create this podcast series to explore a modern day conversation on Pan-Africanism. Leslie Ann Turner is a Black liberation abolitionist organizer in Las Vegas, USA, leading the Mass Liberation Project in Nevada. She is passionate about building connections to Black people in the Diaspora and the continent - through those connections, Leslie is intent on building out collective organizing strategy for reparations for Black people globally. In the spirit of Pan-Africanism, Leslie likes to spend her time identifying and teaching the ways in which African Americans have retained culture. Whether through food, fashion, grooming styles, spiritual practices, or language - the connections are there waiting to be unveiled and embodied. Leslie is the mama to a curious, 5 year old, Nasir, working, dreaming and imagining a world in which he will thrive, and live in abundance! *NEW EPISODES OUT EVERY TUESDAY* Follow us at: Twitter: @tribeNathari & AiDinnovations Instagram: @tribenamedathari & @_africansinthediaspora www.africansinthediaspora.org
52:44
May 25, 2021
EPISODE 3 - Autonomy & Empowerment: In Conversation with Gabriel E. Agorkor
Africans in the Diaspora and Tribe Named Athari came together to create this podcast series to explore a modern day conversation on Pan-Africanism. Gabriel Elorm Korsi Agorkor is from the Volta Region of Ghana. He started activist work in 2016 where he joined  ''Extinction Rebellion All-African Affinity'' Youth and Student Self-Employment Circle. XRAAAN YASSEC. He currently leads a group called 'Inter-Faith Youth Climate Emergency’. They educate people on replanting trees, minimizing the use of plastic bags, recycling and proper planning of roads and gutters. *NEW EPISODES OUT EVERY TUESDAY* Follow us at: Twitter: @tribeNathari & AiDinnovations Instagram: @tribenamedathari & @_africansinthediaspora www.africansinthediaspora.org
36:42
May 18, 2021
EPISODE 2 - Do Your Homework!: In Conversation with Bryan Knight
Africans in the Diaspora and Tribe Named Athari came together to create this podcast series to explore a modern day conversation on Pan-Africanism. Bryan Knight is a London-based journalist, producer and oral historian of the Kenyan diaspora. He graduated from the University of Exeter and hosts the Tell A Friend podcast, which features politicians, artists and activists from multiple generations. The podcast covers current affairs and social justice issues from African histories, Black feminisms and LGBTQI struggles to fake news, Brexit and Covid-19. Mentioned in this podcast: Small Axe - TV Mini-Series by Steve McQueen about British Caribbean experiences in the late 60s and 70s. The Windrush Scandal -  A 2018 British political scandal concerning people who were wrongly detained, denied legal rights, threatened with deportation and in at least 83 cases wrongly deported from the UK by the Home Office. Speakers Corner - A well-known space in Hyde Park, London for the exchange of contemporary political thought Black Liberation Front - An important and influential political movement founded in 1971 in the UK You can find Bryan on Instagram at @BryanKnight__ *NEW EPISODES OUT EVERY TUESDAY*  Follow us at: Twitter: @tribeNathari & AiDinnovations Instagram: @tribenamedathari & @_africansinthediaspora www.africansinthediaspora.org
30:32
May 11, 2021
EPISODE 1 - Honouring our Ancestors and African Martyrs: In Conversation with Peace
Africans in the Diaspora and Tribe Named Athari came together to create this podcast series to explore a modern day conversation on Pan-Africanism. *** Peace is originally from Togo and currently lives in London. She studies Modern Languages at the University of Oxford and is the co-founder of PeriodLink. PeriodLink is a youth-run organisation that works alongside communities to generate sustainable solutions addressing the impact of menstruation on girls’ attendance and experience of girls in full time education. Thanks to the support of their donors and OrganiCup, they have been able to provide menstrual cups to hundreds of schoolgirls in rural Ghana, and they are currently working on a project to build water boreholes in Northern Ghana to allow farmers to regain their livelihoods, and for schoolgirls to be able effectively manage their periods. They are also launching a reusable-pad production startup that will be directed by young women in the community. To learn more about their work and the project, please visit periodlink.com and @periodlink on Instagram. They’d highly appreciate your support to allow them to keep this project going. Books mentioned: Tales of Amadou Koumba by Birago Diop Defeating Dictators by George B.N. Ayittey *NEW EPISODES OUT EVERY TUESDAY* Follow us at: Twitter: @tribeNathari & AiDinnovations Instagram: @tribenamedathari & @_africansinthediaspora www.africansinthediaspora.org
01:02:38
May 4, 2021
What is "Our Pan-African Consciousness"?
Africans in the Diaspora and Tribe Named Athari came together to create this podcast series to explore a modern day conversation on Pan-Africanism. How did we come together?  What do we aim to achieve with this project?  Why is Pan-Africanism important to us? These are just some of the questions we answer during this teaser episode. We want to give you a glimpse into the project, to give context. This episode features Zahra Dalilah of Africans in the Diaspora, as well as Edward and nas from Tribe Named Athari.  *NEW EPISODES OUT EVERY TUESDAY* Follow us at: Twitter: @tribeNathari & AiDinnovations Instagram: @tribenamedathari & @_africansinthediaspora www.africansinthediaspora.org
32:23
April 30, 2021