I'm looking out for African history podcasts made my Africans and that are authentic.
Most I see are made by Europeans/westerners and the likes and I feel a certain kind of way listening to them telling our stories for us.
Do you know any such podcasts made by our brothers and sisters and do you care to share? If possible on Spotify.
African Discussion 🎙️ CMV: Pan Africanism is the only way to achieve inclusive growth of African people in and outside of Africa.
Just a disclaimer: my definition of Pan Africanism is that it is an ideology which claims that people of African descent share common interests and should work together to achieve their common goals. But this does not mean we are all the same or diversity is a bad thing. It also does not mean that individuals or individual countries can not attain prosperity. But and I want to be very clear, I do believe that Africa and it's diaspora have to form a global power block to counteract the West and Asia. And that this is pivotal to achieve the level of prosperity and protection that we will need in the next decades.
Countries like Nigeria, Tanzania and South Africa can achieve prosperity by themselves. But until there is a genuine attempt to form a global power block composed of African nations and the diaspora. Africa will forever be on the periphery of global trade, influence and power. With all of the consequences that are inherent to this position in a global capitalist system. For those that are not fans of Pan Africanism what is the alternative for inclusive growth?
Hello! For anyone interested, the new, world podcast just released its first episode with guest Akinwumi Ogundiran, a prominent Yoruba Nigerian historian and archaeologist (:
You can listen on RSS, Spotify, or Amazon Music
Infographics & maps A Map of World Languages without the second largest English speaking country in the world, Nigeria, considered as English speaking country?
I am a Black American (descendent of enslaved peoples of the southern USA) who would like to diversify some investments into Africa. So far I only see, maybe Sierre Leone and Ghana? Anyone know anything about this?
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Geopolitics & International Relations Gunrunning Across the Gulf: how insurgent groups smuggle weapons into East Africa
As far as I know, Turkey is involved with the Libyan civil war, sells military equipment to Ethiopia, and has cooperation with some African countries like Somalia. I saw bad and good comments about Turkey's involvement in Africa so I decided to ask here? What are your thoughts on it? Are there any incidents you would suggest me to read about?