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Five Women Centring Black People In Mental Health Work

Five Women Centring Black People In Mental Health Work

28 May 21
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Yasmina Nuny Silva

The barriers to mental health care and resources for Black people around the world vary, but these women are determined to...

Centering and Celebrating Us: How Black Women Millennials Are Redefining Success 

Centering and Celebrating Us: How Black Women Millennials Are Redefining Success 

26 May 21
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Nana Brantuo  

Black women, for and with each other, are radicalizing how we understand success by centering self and community while in...

 Here’s What You Missed at Impact! Africa’s 2021 Social Entrepreneurship Summit 

 Here’s What You Missed at Impact! Africa’s 2021 Social Entrepreneurship Summit 

24 May 21
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Yaa Addae

A digest of the three-day summit, guided by the theme of ‘Sustainability and Resilience,’ where a workable, forward-thinking...

The Gospel According to Enny

The Gospel According to Enny

19 May 21
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Korede Kaneto Akinsete

After a whirlwind year and ahead of her debut EP, AMAKA Studio sits down with the South London rapper to discuss how she...

Yvette Gayle On Making Entrepreneurship Work For You

Yvette Gayle On Making Entrepreneurship Work For You

17 May 21
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Belinda Otas

The famed publicist to all of your favourite figures shares tips on how to be great at whatever you do in life. 

Zeba Blay: Then and Now Recap

Zeba Blay: Then and Now Recap

26 May 21
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Michelle Abraham

On the second episode of Then & Now,Ghanaian-American author and culture writer Zeba Blay talks redefining success and purpose.

Meet Des Gray, the Hip-Hop Film Director Turning the Lens On Haiti

Meet Des Gray, the Hip-Hop Film Director Turning the Lens On Haiti

24 May 21
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Marjua Estevez

After surviving childhood poverty, hip-hop film director Des Gray turns the lens on Haiti 

Upile Chisala on Poetry As Medicine

Upile Chisala on Poetry As Medicine

19 May 21
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Yaa Addae

We Speak to AMAKA Book’s second author on language as an agent of healing.

Love Songs Across the Diaspora: The Dominican Republic

Love Songs Across the Diaspora: The Dominican Republic

19 May 21
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Marjua Estevez

From breakup ballads to throwback bops, we asked women to tell us about their favourite homegrown love songs from across...