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Vlog: Ake Festival Recap

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Vlog: Ake Festival Recap

Guess who finally got round to editing and sharing more about her Ake Festival experience. You get just one guess :) 

My original post, which is a bit of a picture heavy recap is here, if you'd like to read that as well.

The video is short and (hopefully) fun, so I hope you watch, enjoy, and most importantly, subscribe and share! I have about 3 weeks left to get to 1,000 subscribers and 4,000 watched hours on Youtube or my channel loses the capacity to make money,

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Travel Vlog: Back in Rwanda

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Travel Vlog: Back in Rwanda

Hello, good people. Another Travel Vlog is upon us :)

Finally, in between real life and a bit of procrastination, I'm done with my Travel recap of Rwanda, the land of a thousand hills! If you missed my last post on it, while I was actually still there, not to worry; it's right here

As I mentioned in that post, my Rwanda vlog was actually my first official travel vlog. It's got the second highest number of views on my Youtube channel (which needs more subscribers by the way, so please do that!) and is probably one of my most memorable trips to date. 

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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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