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Art and Identity
June 30, 2021

Who are you?I sit in conversation with the incredibly gifted Julius Agbaje to explore the topic of identity. Julius is a visual artist. He is thoughtful, and has a genuine interest in social issues; a quality that is reflected in his work. You can f

Who Are You?
January 31, 2021

Who are you?With our existence questioned by threatening events like the COVID-19 pandemic, Ill be exploring the topic of identity in 2021 and it was befitting to begin by exploring the self and asking the question: who are you?If you enjoy the pod

Questioning Advocacy
September 30, 2020

Is advocacy really worth it? And how can we show up for ourselves? In this episode, I sit in conversation with Deja Marie, who is an advocate for social change and mental wellness, to discuss tough questions on advocacy, including the effect of global c

Connecting Art, Nostalgia, and Mental Illness
August 20, 2020

Can we build stronger relationships and social cultures by understanding the role of art in our society and its connection with nostalgia & mental illness? This debate seeks to answer these questions. As mentioned in this episode, you can sign up to the

Strange Stories: Arhuan
July 14, 2020

Strange Stories is a series where real stories are told, for the inquisitive story lovers, by gifted storytellers and anyone with a unique story to tell. This episode tells the story of an ancient royal giant from the Benin empire, Arhuan. The story is

Birthday Depression
July 01, 2020

Do certain elements (such as community, the correlation between rest and growth, and the assets of mind, time, and money) play a role in easing birthday depression? Find out in this solo episode. You will come across a lot of plosives in this episode.

General Madness
June 24, 2020

Why do we find it so hard to learn from our past, culturally? The Q/A session on the Nigerian culture continues with Izunna.

Dreadlocks, Nudity, and Culture
June 17, 2020

Let’s examine the connection between our current social issues and past cultural norms. The guest on this show is Izunna Dike. He is an avid researcher on African History, who also shares informative findings about African History and culture on Instagr

The (un)spoken secret behind our character traits
May 26, 2020

How do we absorb the character traits of others without even realizing it? In this episode, I talk about flies, my father, and character traits. Intro music by MrSnooze, YouTube

Mitigated speech
May 26, 2020

In this episode, I invite 5 friends to talk about mitigated speech, the commonality between the Mafia and Plane crashes.Youll also listen to the audio version of my article on this topic as you listen through their experiences.Their Opinions begin at