My Black is Transnational
by My Black is Transnational
October 8, 2020 12:56 am
A podcast about Blackness and how (re)connecting back to our native homeland(s) and connecting with our fellow Black people all across the globe, while also benefiting from the land we currently live in, could be good for your lives. As Black people, we have the opportunity to have the best of both worlds, this podcast shows you how and why.
Season 3 kicks offs with a quick recap of Season 2 (0:00 – 9:33) and Dr. Ibe-Lamberts sets the stage for what Season 3 will bring and also addresses the lack of changes in the world as 2020 remains one of the worst years in the history of civilization. Because Black Transnationals have another place to call home, does that mean that they have less to worry about? How are the current issues today perceived by someone who belongs to two worlds?
That and more!
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S3E1- "2020 = The Worst Case Scenario."..So Should Black Transnationals Just Go Back to Their Home Country?2 days ago
Season 2 Recap (Season 3 Teaser)1 week ago
S2E20 (Season Finale) - 3 Murders, 2 Pandemics, 1 Black Nation, 0 Cures?? What a Finale!!4 months ago
S2E19- “Black Women Speak Chinese...and Speak for the Environment”: Gistin’ W/Stephanie Eyocko4 months ago
S2E18- Gotaflika5 months ago
Daddy-Daughter Talks II5 months ago
S2E17- Pillow Talk is BACK: Catching up with Dr. Wanda5 months ago
S2E16- Black Unity vs White Supremacy: A Conversation with Brotha Hassan5 months ago
S2E15 - Forbidden Topics and Taboo with Biodun Abudu7 months ago
S2E14- "We are Cultural Ambassadors": Discussing Black Positionality and the Nigerian Ban from the US w/ Dr. Ifeyinwa Onyenekwu8 months ago