SE5/EP 50: Conversation with Alimatu Dimonekene MBE on her advocacy on human right activism, child protection and FGM
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by Ms Kemi Seriki
2M ago
Madam Alimatu Dimonekene MBE is an award-winning women and girls' rights advocate. Madam Dimonekene is a high-profile British and Sierra Leonean award-winning Human Rights Activist, Child Protection and Safeguarding Expert, Keynote Speaker at Girl Summit in 2014, FGM Consultant, Philanthropist, and mentor. She is a member of Equality Now, an Op-ed Public Voices Fellow on Advancing the Rights of Women and Girls, and a member of the African Achievers Awards honorees. In 2023, Alimatu was honored and recognized by King Charles III as she was awarded MBE. This award was to acknowledge dedication t ..read more
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SE5/EP 49: Conversation with Lola Aforo an author and Immigrant from Sierra Leone, on her Experiences with Childhood Trauma Associated with FGM, Physical, Emotional and Sexual abuse
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by Ms Kemi Seriki
2M ago
Ms. Esther Lola Aforo was born and raised in Sierra Leone. Growing up in Sierra Leone, she attended Ahmadiyya Muslim Secondary School. In her late teens, Ms. Aforo relocated to America with her husband and developed skills to work in numerous jobs. Ms. Aforo completed her undergraduate work at Florida State University and later pursued post-graduate work at Georgetown University in Washington, DC. She later relocated to Sierra Leone, worked for the University of Sierra Leone as the Public Relations Officer, and assisted students with Career Development. She worked with the Florida Department o ..read more
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SE5/EP 48:Conversation with Gugulethu Makhari an entrepreneur and immigrant from South Africa on her Traumatic Childhood Experiences
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by Ms Kemi Seriki
3M ago
Gugulethu Makhari is an entrepreneur and an immigrant from South Africa. Gugu as she prefers to be called is a business person in many avenues and also and she is whom I would call a global activist for Women’s rights, Human rights, and Youth advocacy. Gugu and I recently met when I attended the African Animation Film festival hosted by one of my previous guests on this podcast Prof.  Boukary Sawadogo. I was impressed by her community and global engagement in human rights activism, and her positive and warm approach. I couldn’t resist but invite her to be a guest on Pansa Pansa Podcast as ..read more
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SE5/EP 45 Conversation with Ms Iyabo Onipede a Nigerian America on the issue Race, Cultural Inclusion, Affirmative Action, Equity and Racial Injustice.
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by Ms Kemi Seriki
3M ago
I learned about Ms. Onipede after seeing a short clip of her Instagram post on racial healing during Black History Month of 2023, and the powerful message she shared was very moving. Looking at her name, I was also interested in learning more about her family background, with a prominent last name from Lagos, Nigeria, and her advocacy for equality in America for the underserved members of society. Wanting to know more about Ms. Onipede, I went on her website to learn about her profession and what more of her expertise she could render as advice to African immigrants in the diaspora. After rea ..read more
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SE5/EP 47 Conversation with Dr. Mathero Michelle Nkhalamba on Mental Health and Generational Trauma
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by Ms Kemi Seriki
5M ago
I learned about Dr. Mathero Michelle Nkhalamba on The More Sibyl Podcast. She was invited along with other experts in the field of mental health and mental illness to talk about one of the most pressing issues globally "Suicide in Preteens. I was one of the attendees, and I will say that her contribution to intergenerational trauma in African societies could be relatable to many African families in the diaspora. I was confident that she would be a perfect guest on the Pánsá Pánsá podcast to discuss intergeneration trauma further. Dr Mathero Michelle Nkhalamba is a Clinical Psychologist based ..read more
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SE5/EP 46 Conversation with Mariem Sanoe first generation African immigrant on using her childhood experience to become a dynamic force in personal development and empowerment within the community.
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by Ms Kemi Seriki
6M ago
In 2017, Pánsá Pánsá Forum established the normalizing conversation on the importance of community engagement about African immigrant experiences in America. I created this forum to dialogue on the issue of our adjustment to our new homes as immigrants and to discuss complex issues within our community openly. I have held many community conversations on intergenerational relationships that featured conversations between African parents and their children. In the summer of 2018, Ms. Mariem Sanoe was one of the panelists as the daughter of an African immigrant mother from Liberia to the USA in 1 ..read more
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SE5/EP 46 Conversation with Mariem Sanoe on using her childhood experience in become a dynamic force in personal development and empowerment within the community.
Pánsá Pánsá Live Podcast
by Ms Kemi Seriki
6M ago
In 2017, Pánsá Pánsá Forum established the normalizing conversation on the importance of community engagement about African immigrant experiences in America. I created this forum to dialogue on the issue of our adjustment to our new homes as immigrants and to discuss complex issues within our community openly. I have held many community conversations on intergenerational relationships that featured conversations between African parents and their children. In the summer of 2018, Ms. Mariem Sanoe was one of the panelists as the daughter of an African immigrant mother from Liberia to the USA in 1 ..read more
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SE5/EP 45 Conversation with Iyabo Onipede a Nigerian America on the issue Race, Cultural Inclusion, Affirmative Action, Equity and Racial Injustice.
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by Ms Kemi Seriki
7M ago
I learned about Ms. Onipede after seeing a short clip of her Instagram post on racial healing during Black History Month of 2023, and the powerful message she shared was very moving. Looking at her name, I was also interested in learning more about her family background, with a prominent last name from Lagos, Nigeria, and her advocacy for equality in America for the underserved members of society. Wanting to know more about Ms. Onipede, I went on her website to learn about her profession and what more of her expertise she could render as advice to African immigrants in the diaspora. After rea ..read more
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SE5/EP 45 Conversation with Iyabo Onipede a Nigerian America on the issue Race, Cultural Inclusion, Equity and Racial Injustice.
Pánsá Pánsá Live Podcast
by Ms Kemi Seriki
8M ago
I learned about Ms. Onipede after seeing a short clip of her Instagram post on racial healing during Black History Month of 2023, and the powerful message she shared was very moving. Looking at her name, I was also interested in learning more about her family background, with a prominent last name from Lagos, Nigeria, and her advocacy for equality in America for the underserved members of society. Wanting to know more about Ms. Onipede, I went on her website to learn about her profession and what more of her expertise she could render as advice to African immigrants in the diaspora. After rea ..read more
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SE4/EP 44:Conversation with Adwoa Lee First-generation Ghanaian living in Italy about relationship between African immigrant parents and their children
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by Ms Kemi Seriki
9M ago
Adwoa Lee is a Ghanaian first generation living in Italy, and our conversation focuses on the relationship between African immigrant parents and their children. I came across Adwoa’s YouTube posts where she was commenting on African parenting styles. In the video, she addresses parent/child relationships and childhood trauma within African immigrant families. I appreciate her efforts in focusing on generational trauma and cultural conflicts, as many African immigrant parents struggle to relate to the emotional needs of their children raised in the diaspora.   Statement from Adwoa&nb ..read more
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