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Knowledge, Food & Music: My favorite things!

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Knowledge, Food & Music: My favorite things!

One of the things I've decided to be better about is sharing some of the work I'm doing BEFORE I do it. So, in that light, I want to share with you an upcoming event I'm hosting and moderating, and I'm so excited about it. 

In a previous post, I shared that I'd hosted the first FemFunds workshop, and did an infomercial for them. Here's a clip of me at the event, talking about making the most of your talents…

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Let's catch up, shall we?

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Let's catch up, shall we?

Hello, friends!

I know it’s been a long time, and *cue Aaliyah beat* I shouldn’ta left you (and so on…), but well, life.

Here are a few updates: Filmed a new show airing on Channels TV (which was my actually the first place I actually worked when I moved back to Nigeria). It brings together things I love: God and getting to know people and their stories. The show is called Church Culture, it airs every Saturday at 1pm, and is all about the intersection between the church as we know it, and our everyday lives and issues. We had some really great conversations, and I was definitely on my toes, what with all the bible verses and interesting opinions being shared. If you’ve caught it, let me know, if not, here’s a clip so you can see what we’re about... 

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The Highlight Reel: July & August

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The Highlight Reel: July & August

A long overdue post, and I apologize!! I have been all over the place recently, and here's what 've been up to. I'll give you the highlights for each month, shall I? 

JULY: A very Google week: From an intimate dinner for select friends of the house, to a 2 day YouTube Creator workshop, to a culture and arts night, all culminating in a final conference day...

AUGUST: Aka my birthday month!! Between shooting my new TV show for Ebonylife TV (Yup, coming soon!!), which I'm producing, writing for and presenting, hosting a couple of events, and of course, my birthday...

The Diaspora Festival was probably the most eye-opening experience I had. The emotions the returnees had, and the connection they felt, made me curious about the way people from other cultures, especially those who have history rooted in slavery, often feel; like something is missing... 

 

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