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Stories from Afrika25 Videos
Is Afrika free, liberated and independent?
This video is the first in our new campaign titled “Do Your Little.” The simple purpose of the campaign is to take the minds and eyes of Afrikans (both home and abroad) and the world at large away from how massive the issues facing the world are and reminding each one that by everyone doing […]
ARE WE REALLY INDEPENDENT? As 17 Afrikan countries mark 61 years since ‘independence’, we ask the question – Is Afrika truly independent, truly liberated and truly free? Much fanfare surrounded the announcements and the continued commemoration of these days by nations across the continent – and our history books are full of accounts about how […]
The story of Afrika goes beyond wildlife, beyond tourism and way beyond natural resources. It is definitely NOT about poverty or the other negative narratives peddled around about Afrika by the biased local and world media. The story of Afrika is about a people: beautiful, strong, bold, hardworking, creative, innovative, loving, kind and full of […]
Whose script are you living out? Are you conscious of the machinations of the system that seeks to direct the entire global population in one very specific direction? Or do you think that it's not possible for there to be a group of people so sinister, so evil that they would actually connive to destroy the lives of billions?
This video is a simple call for an Afrikan media alliance and collaborations that will help recreate, reframe and redistribute the accurate image of Afrika, away from the lies and the propagandas we have been fed for generations.
Unveiling The Unseen Parts.
Swahili, Kiswahili... It is, indeed, a language rich in culture, idiom and history and because of that, it can provide a powerful coalescing force - on one level, that of speech ... but is that enough or does Afrika need much more than a beautiful language?
Dialogues, like this one with Gordon Anderson of KPFT FM, Houston Texas, are great ways to create understanding and open up opportunities for Afrikans all over the globe to collaborate with each other to build up Afrika.
We were hosted by Broadcast Journalist, Tet Kofi, a Ghanaian living in the UK to explore the critical role of Afrikan media and Afrikans in creating a new narrative for Afrika.
Have we, by our own hands, set the stage for some global catastrophe?