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UBUNTU RADIO with Oronde Ash

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Oronde Ash is the author of the novel 17 to Life: A Black Boy Memoir available at wwww.lulu.com. On UBUNTU RADIO, Mr. Ash will offer stories about people, lives and experiences that reflect humanity in all its glory, its folly, its success, sorrow, transformation and transcendence. Perhaps you shall see your humanity reflected back to you and may be inspired to shine on for someone else.

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EL Hadj Cisse immigrated to the US from Ivory Coast, Africa in 2000. He was 14 and lived in the Bronx with his uncle. El Hadj soon realized he had a different dream about America than his uncle. Issues in the home soon landed El Hadj in... more

On the first edition of UBUNTU RADIO, I talk to Mr. El Hadj Cisse. El Hadj was born in Ivory Coast, Africa and immigrated to the US in 2000 at age 14. We met while he was a student-athlete at North Carolina State University. I... more
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