A biweekly Podcast series fronted by Abigail Ruth Opiah, Segilola Arisekola and Samantha Tapfumaneyi.
Our professional podcast is geared towards a female audience between the ages of 18-34.
Providing a fresh and exciting hybrid of the things you want to hear and the faces we need to see!
An Advocacy of inclusion, empowerment and discussion, the three young black female journalists at the helm of this series not only invite listeners to participate in their biweekly debate but encourage their listeners to use the platform as an opportunity to tell their own stories.
We are advocates of inclusion, empowerment and discussion, the three young black female journalists at the helm of this series not only invite listeners to participate in their biweekly debate but encourage their listeners to use the platform as an opportunity to tell their own stories.
NHS Blood and Transplant needs 5,290 new black blood donors in London, Birmingham and Manchester to help patients with Sickle Cell - a condition that mainly affects black people. But only 1% of the black community is donating blood. Samantha Tapfumaneyi went on a journey to find out more about Sickle Cell and blood donations in the BAME community.
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Have you ever woken up with that horrible feeling in your stomach where you are panicking about what you are doing with your life?? Well let me tell you, it's not just you. Some days, you wake up with anxiety on 100% and then proceed to eat all the food in your fridge and that's okay!!! We are back this season with more laughs and more adulting disaster stories to share!
So you have the new Balenciaga shoes, but you don't have life insurance. Are you happy with yourself? This week we have the best financial adviser in the game, Emmanuel Asuquo, teach us how to create generational wealth. Time to delete that UberEats app.
Let's add one more thing to the list of things women apparently cannot do without getting sexual assaulted... Walking in the morning.. I think that is number 1 million on the list. Violence against women needs to stop! Have a listen as our guest and she shares her story of sexual assault and how to move on from the trauma.
That moment when a real life Vogue model tells us that the body the fashion industry is promoting is unattainable, and that even the models we see don't have that body. So where do we go from here.... Let us tell you something sis, enjoy that burger and live your life, because at the end of the day you can't come and kill yourself.
Ladies it's time to stop playing and shoot your shot!! In this episode, we are back with the men from Alpha Tales podcast and they teach us how to shoot our shot. We learn some new pick up lines and some role play is even involved.. Not the type of +18 role playing you are thinking of!! Get your mind out of the gutter!
Why are Nigerians protesting against police brutality? Well here are some facts that will shock you! The National Human Rights Commission in Nigeria found that in the first two weeks of the country's coronavirus lockdown in March, more people died at the hands of the security forces than from COVID-19. According to Amnesty Nigeria, there have been at least 82 cases of torture, ill-treatment and extrajudicial execution by the Special Anti-Robbery Squad within the Nigerian police force between January 2017 and May 2020. At least 56 people have died across Nigeria since the EndSars protests began. In multiple cases, the security forces have used excessive force in an attempt to control or stop the protests. This week we have a representative from the #EndSarsUK share her knowledge on the movement. Have a listen!
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