• 02:37

    Kenyan Diaspora to Decide Which Coalition to Back 2013

    in Politics Progressive

    Building Consensus Towards Proclamation Declaring the united stand of Kenyan Diaspora on the 2013 Kenyan General Elections.
     DIASPORA CONSENSUS BUILDING TIMELINE
    Feb 2-9, 2013–General discussions among 1. individual Diaspora members and 2. inter-organizational discussions on the three draft documents 1. The draft Declaration 2. The draft Programme of Action  3.. The draft MOU
    All Diaspora members and organization who are desirous of a more purposeful engagement in the 2013-17 period should read the documents and suggest rectification or additions. Your views are requested.
    Feb 10th–KDLA Session 15–To formally ratify and adopt the consensus and authorize the beginning of consultations with the selected coalition.
    Feb 11-12–Output of final revised and edited documents and signing of documents by represented organizations
    Feb 11-12–Tele-consultations with the selected Coalition begins
    Feb 13-15–Engagement of Diaspora lawyer in Nairobi to construct legal MOU as well as face to face meetings with representatives of selected Coalitions and representatives of the Diaspora.
    Feb 16th–Official Signing of the MOU and Press Conference in Nairobi
    Feb 17-March 4th–Diaspora works in unison to campaign for the selected Coalition both online using social media, online media, News publicity, opinion articles, engaging relatives/friends/colleagues at home, as well as press presentations and participation in events, rallies, forums, and carrying out  tasks as required by said campaign secretariat on the ground.
    March 1-3rd–Help develop and implement the GOTV–Getting out the Vote initiative both online/electronically (deploying the latest mobile Apps), as well as physically across the country.

  • 02:00

    Diaspora Truth - Fungai Nengare

    in Lifestyle

    Fungai Nengare is a Zimbabwean  songwriter, guitarist and music teacher  who's music is a cut across soul, RnB, jazz and house music.He loves to put African elements into music which gives it a delicious African but international flavour.


    Fungai joins us on Diaspora Truth to talk about his life and musical journey.

  • 02:00

    Love in Diaspora

    in Romance

    Love among immigrants of all races can be tricky. Most people where single at the time of migration or married but migrate alone leaving their spouses behind face some changes when it comes to  dating. So date locals, other date exclusively people from their homeland while others date only people from other countries. Today we explore this critical issue, dating in the diaspora.

  • 01:59

    Diaspora Truth - Lani Masuku

    in Lifestyle

    Women of colour and their hair has been a hot topic in recent years, with women looking to embracing better care of their hair(relaxed or natural).


    Lani Masuku is passionate about changing the perceptions of African hair care through education and providing tried, tested and age old solutions to hair challenges that everyday people face. As founder and consultant at Phro group, Lani speaks to host Twaambo Kapilikisha about Phro goup, being a woman in the business world, and how women of colour can take better care of their hair especially living in the diaspora.


    Diasporan Truth airs at 6 a.m. PST, 9 a.m. EST, 14 hrs BST, 15 hrs CAT.


    You can participate on the show by:


    calling 1-347-237-4270 (this number is also Skype ready)
    sending a tweet to @zambiablogradio or @bookwormgiraffe
    posting a message on our Facebook wall

  • 01:58

    Diaspora Truth - Zanele Mhlaba, 4th October, 2014

    in Lifestyle

    On this episode of Diaspora Truth host Twaambo Kapilikisha speaks to Zanele  Mhlaba, editor of Induna magazine.


    INDUNA is a lifestyle magazine for young Zimbabwean women. An accessible space to amplify the issues that are relevant to them.


    What is her inspiration? How does one go about starting a magazine and what are their hopes for the future?


    What issues will they be tackling?


    Diasporan Truth airs at 6 a.m. PST, 9 a.m. EST, 14 hrs BST, 15 hrs CAT.


    You can participate on the show by:


    calling 1-347-237-4270 (this number is also Skype ready)
    sending a tweet to @zambiablogradio or @bookwormgiraffe
    posting a message on our Facebook wall

  • 01:46

    Mother's Day in American Diaspora

    in News

    There is always something fun and interesting being discussed on Diasporan Truth. Saturday May 10th at 9 am EST we have a round table discussion on the joys and challenges of being a mother in the American diaspora. Zahara Yekisuk and Sipho Mwamba will be part of this conversation

  • 02:03

    Yardie Skeptics Radio (S. 2, ep. 23): Exploring Diaspora Issues

    in Education

    The Yardie Skeptics return this Sunday, September 21st at 12:30pm (11:30am Jamaican time) for our penultimate episode in season 2 as we explore the vast range of issues experienced by Diasporic Jamaicans. Why is there still ongoing tension between persons who live inside Jamaica who see themselves as "authentically" Jamaican, and Jamaicans living in the Diaspora who are constantly accused of being "deserters?" Diaspora members keep the economy afloat with a steady flow of foreign currency via remittances, but are scoffed at if the possibility of a Diasporic vote is ever mentioned. Local Jamaicans are the ones who have to deal with the every day realities and hardships of life at home and are tired of being chided as backward and archaic by Diasporic Jamaicans. 

    Can there be any reconciliation? Is it possible to harness the collective energy of each and every person who identifies themself as Jamaican regardless of geographical location? 

    Tune in as the Yardie Skeptics go on a guided tour of Diaspora issues with our special guest Rain Jarrett, adjunct professor of sociology at Florida International University. Wherever you are, if you call yourself a "Yardie" we want to hear from you!

  • 02:00

    Are Africans in the diaspora ready to lead?

    in Energy

    Africa Wise Up


    . Africa is in a turning point. The world is wacthing to see what the next generation of leaders, Africa will produce.


    Are Africans in the Diaspora ready, to task themselves on leadership? 


    We all have criticized what our leaders for what they are doing wrong. How do we help to transition from what we criticize to what we  want Africa to be like?


    To many things have happened with mother africa, and too many things will be corrected. Africa have your say, on how you will do it. 


    You have a voice. Now is the right time for us to get together and fix it. 

  • 02:00

    Diasporan Truth| Passion for the Diaspora

    in Culture

    Here is a Zambian in the diaspora with a passion for Zambia. He is the man behind the Facebook page 90 days (Government thumbs up or down). He is involved with issues ranging from politics to repatriation of dead Zambians. Popular among the community of Zambians in Atlanta and beyond the state lines. Meet Sidique Geloo on Disaporan truth on Saturday March 1st at 9am EST, 16 hrs CAT.

  • 02:21

    Legacy Of 1804 with Edwin D'Haiti #LOF1804 #Diaspora

    in Politics

    Alice Backer of www.kiskeacity.com welcomes Edwin D'Haiti from MUDHAH, an organization seeking to create a diaspora party with representation in the Haitian parliament. 


    Mr. D'Haiti lives in France. MUDHAH's website is http://www.mudhaiti.org/. 


    Mr. D'Haiti joined us around minute 30 and the interview was held in Kreyòl with some barebones translation into English . Contact info for Parti de la Diaspora Haitienne pour Haiti, founded and registered in Haiti by MUDHAH: 561-594-9564 (Miami office) MUDHAH2015@gmail.com Registration materials: http://www.mudhaiti.org/?page_id=33


    More at  http://www.kiskeacity.com/2014/06/legacy-of-1804-with-edwin-dhaiti.html

  • 01:01

    Diaspora Truth - Sam Okyere

    in Lifestyle

    Samuel Okyere is becoming a house hold name in the entertainment industry of South Korea.This enigmatic young Ghanaian has been featured on popular shows such as 'Running Man' and 'Happy Counselling'  and 'SNL Korea'.


    How did he 'crack' the Korean Enterntainment industry especially as an African ? What is life like in Asia as a lot of Africans tend to shy away from Asia?


    Join us as we find out!


    Diasporan Truth airs at 6 a.m. PST, 9 a.m. EST, 14 hrs BST, 15 hrs CAT.


    You can participate on the show by:


    calling 1-347-237-4270 (this number is also Skype ready)
    sending a tweet to @diasporatruth or @bookwormgiraffe
     

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