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PODCAST – Pamela Ohene Nyako: Finding African roots through literature

Finding African roots through literature In this episode we interview Swiss historian and entrepreneur with Ghanaian roots and founder of Afrolitt, a platform that uses literature from sub-Saharan Africa and its Black diaspora as a tool enabling critical knowledge and sharing. Be Who You Are" With Pamela Ohene Nyako https://rootencial.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/audio/Pamela-Ohene-Podcast.mp3 [...]read more

PODCAST – Fungai Marima: Organic Love for Art

Organic Love for Art We met Fungai Marima who is originally from Zimbabwe, in her studio in London, where we learned about her organic love for art and some of the stories that inspire her drawings. Organic Love for Art: With Fungai Marima https://rootencial.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/audio/Fungai-Marima-Podcast.mp3 READ STORYread more

PODCAST – Diane A Ngako: An Entrepreneurial Journey from the Diaspora

An Entrepreneurial Journey from the Diaspora Rootencial speaks with Diane Audrey Ngako, a Cameroonian entrepreneur based in Douala. After spending her teenage and early adulthood years in Paris, Diane decides to return to her native Cameroon to build her business legacy. An entrepreneurial journey from the diaspora: With Diane Audrey [...]read more

PODCAST – Muna Lobe: Reclaiming African Arts and Culture

Reclaiming African Arts and Culture We speak with Muna Lobe, founder of creative AYA Consulting firm. Muna talks about the importance of supporting creative artists, the power of storytelling for stories to transcend non-African communities, as well as renaming, redefining and reclaiming African Arts and Culture by their communities. Muna Lobe: [...]read more

PODCAST – The Politics of Hair, Identity & Confidence

The Politics of Hair, Identity & Confidence This Rootencial Conversations podcast episode features Christiane Sungu and Lucrece Wasolua-Kibeti who tell us about their social initiative Krowned, whose mission is to empower young girls though haircare and equip them with the confidence to succeed. Why hair? Because it is key for building our [...]read more

PODCAST – Edwige Takassi: Soil of Africa – Embracing Africa’s Natural Heritage

Soil of Africa – Embracing Africa’s Natural Heritage This Rootencial Conversations podcast episode features Edwige Takassi, from Togo and co-founder of the trademark “Terroirs d’Afrique”. Their mission is to leverage Africa’s natural heritage to promote African local production and consumption of natural products such as tea, coffee, honey and oils. Soils of Africa [...]read more

PODCAST – Omnia Shawkat: Reclaiming African Narratives

Reclaiming African Narratives This Rootencial Conversations podcast episode features Omnia Shawkat, founder of the digital cultural platform Andariya, seeking to reclaim an African narrative through storytelling. Andariya amplifies stories from Sudan, South Sudan, and Uganda on a diverse array of contemporary topics ranging from literature, film and general culture! Reclaiming African Narratives [...]read more

PODCAST – Junior Adebayo: Experiment, Experiment, Experiment

Experiment, Experiment, Experiment Junior Adebayo is a young NHS doctor with a passion for science and medicine. He tells us about why he chose medicine and how, after this decision, he realised how the colour of his skin could influence both praise and criticism. Experiment, Experiment, Experiment" With Junior Adebayo [...]read more