Posts Tagged ‘Nigeria’

Episode 60, Leslye

March 22, 2013

For our sixtieth (but far from the last) episode, we speak with Leslye Obiora, Ph.D., a person committed to community and women’s equality. Law professor, a former cabinet minister for The Republic of Nigeria, founder of the gender equality program at The World Bank… oh, there’s a lot more. We discuss the law and the […]

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Episode 53, Lisa

August 31, 2012

This episode we speak with scholar, Lisa Castillo. Her interest is Afro-Brazilian culture. More specifically, the African diaspora of Brazil. It’s similar to the history of slavery here but there are significant differences, especially in how the original African culture and traditions of the slaves’ native land is still represented in Brazil today. She lives […]

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