Writer, activist and creative entrepreneur Nick Makoha sits with us at the Yams & Yuca table to share his passion for food and poetry. We explore what it takes to cultivate confidence especially during challenging times.
The wildly published and award winning Australian writer of Afro-Caribbean descent, Maxine Beneba Clarke, joins us at the table. We talk about the power of representation through her characters, and its importance in her work.
Tahlia Gray shares her incredible journey that spans across the globe. She discusses why she feels it's so important to be seen, and how she created her international hosiery brand, Sheer Chemistry - empowering women to feel confident in their own skin.
Textile and performance artist, Enam Gbewonyo, embodies and honours her heritage through her artistry. She along with Heather and Kamara explore what it means to connect with and celebrate our ancestors.
International film director, Baff Akoto, speaks about how he carved his own unique path via London, Accra, and beyond. We learn about how his choices shaped his life, leading to an award-winning career.
This week, co-hosts Heather and Kamara chat with Mercy Nabirye, an accomplished consultant and leader in African Diaspora Arts. We discuss Mercy’s life and career, and learn how authenticity features throughout.
The multi-talented dance artist & Principal Dancer with the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, joins us at our virtual table. We learn why giving back is so important to him & how he incorporates it into his life and career.