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PODCASTS Black Discourse is a series of conversations and discussions with creatives, artists, activists and futurists from across the global African diaspora.


003 On the Art of Birthing a Nation with ShiShi Rose

Shishi Rose, birthworker, writer, community advocate and mother, in conversation about the vital work that Black birth-workers and advocates are doing to reverse the epidemic of Black birthing mortality, and, how to centre joy for Black birthing people.

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See transcript here.
 

Special thanks to:
ShiShi Rose (and the person drilling in the background)
Host: Koumbah Semega-Janneh
Editor: Koumbah Semega-Janneh
Graphic Designer: Stephanie Sophie Sleiman
Web Designer: Tyler Hicks
Intro/ Outro Music: Ade ‘Acyde’ Odunlami







002 On the Art of Lucidity with Virgil Abloh
Virgil Abloh has an intimate conversation with Ade ‘Acyde’ Odunlami about finding lucidity in life and work, the limitations of labels, and his personal journey through culture. If you want to learn cheat codes listen to this episode.

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Special thanks to:
Virgil and his discreet black-T
Host: Ade ‘Acyde’ Odunlami
Editor: Zion Estrada
Graphic Designer: Stephanie Sophie Sleiman
Web Designer: Tyler Hicks
Intro/ Outro Music: Ade ‘Acyde’ Odunlami






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001 On the Art of Black Objectivity in Photography with Mel D. Cole Mel D. Cole, photojournalist and music photographer shares how he turned his passion for photographing Hip Hop artists with disposable cameras into a life changing journey; to become one of the most influential political photographers in the US.

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See transcript here
Special thanks to:
Mel D. Cole and his son and dog who popped in.
Host: Ade ‘Acyde’ Odunlami
Editor: Zion Estrada
Graphic Designer: Stephanie Sophie Sleiman
Web Designer: Tyler Hicks
Intro/ Outro Music: Ade ‘Acyde’ Odunlami




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