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A podcast brought to you by your new favourite girl children, @nomusajune & @adedanaashebir.Find us on:Instagram @afracanahTwitter @afracanahFacebook @afracanahpodcastSlide into our DMs at AskAfracanah@gmailDOTcom.

Latest Episodes

Episode 34: Rich, well protected, and a little dangerous

————Recorded July 2019 ———— Adedana and Nomusa talk Mzansi, Big Dictator Daughter Energy, Love +, and interview Mukami Kuria, on lace fronts for lawyers. 00:41 - ketchup 17:03 - The main (Part 1): Love languages… and attachment theory 1:21:18 - The main main (Part 2): Mukami Kuria on Lawyer-ing and African Art You can follow Mukami’s work here: https://www.instagram.com/mukami_kuria What’s your love language? Email us askafracanah@gmail.com Branding: Victor Murithi Editing: Halima Gikandi *Episode 34 References & Resources* Part 1: Love languages… and attachment theory Natalie Lue: The Baggage Reclaim Sessions Podcast https://www.baggagereclaim.co.uk/podcast-ep-145-stage-0-1-of-relationships-the-recruiter-mindset/ Part 2: Mukami Kuria Interivew David Koloane The Bag Factory, Johannesburg, South Africa Penny Siopsis William Kentridge Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge, UK Dakar Biennale Museum of Black Civilizations, Dakar, Senegal Zeitz MOCAA, Museum of Contemporary African Art, Cape Town, South Africa MACAAL, Musée d’Art Contemporain Al Maaden, Marrakech, Morocco The Venice Biennale Manifesta Biennale documenta Bamako (Bamako Encounters/Rencontres Bamako) Kochi-Muziris Biennale Berlin Biennale *Correction: The Ship was originally from Libya Christoph Büchel Barca Nostra Edouard Glissant Zimbabwe Pavilion, Soko Risina Musoro (The Tale without a Head) Raphael Chikukwa National Gallery of Zimbabwe Ghana Pavilion, Ghana Freedom, Venice Biennale 2019 Kara Walker’s ‘A Subtlety, or the Marvelous Sugar Baby’ (2014) Domino Sugar Factory, Brooklyn, New York Kader Attia Sherene Razack Jerry Gogosian Meme Page on Instagram Art Basel Gabi Ngcobo Remi Onabanjo The Walther Collection RAW Material Company Senegal Koyo Kouoh (Current Chief Curator, Zeitz MOCAA) Art Auction East Africa Sotheby’s Christie’s Bonhams Tate Young Patrons Tate Collective Book Bunk Smithsonian Museum, Washington DC The Phillips Collection, Washington DC She’s Gotta Have It – The Series Spike Lee Creative Time Theaster Gates B.A.R. – Black Artist’s Retreat MoCADA – Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts The Sackler Family Yana Peel The Serpentine Gallery, UK Tschabalala Self Juliana Huxtable Kennedy Yanko Carrie Mae Weems Amy Sherald Wangechi Mutu Michael Armitage Lincoln Mwangi William Kentridge, A Poem That IS Not Our Own, at Kunstmuseum, Basel, Switzerland William Kentridge, The Head and The Load Sara Ahmed, The Cultural Politics of Emotion Judith Butler iQhiya Collective Athi-Patra Ruga Bronwyn Katz Lungiswa Gqunta Kemang wa Lehulere Julie Mehretu Lady Skollie Kudzanai-Violet Hwami Lynette Yiadom-Boakye Gordon Parks

151 MIN2 w ago
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Episode 34: Rich, well protected, and a little dangerous

Episode 33: Cosmo, shaken not stirred

——— Recorded May 2019 ——— Adedana and Nomusa talk premium air travel, life being sh&!, #DemThrones, and satanic waterfalls. 2:04 - ketchup 13:03 - Africa rising/ *still* rising 29:29 - The Nyama/Kitfo - Africa Travel 64:26 - the Afracanah proverb of the week week week Sisonke Msimang: “When Achieng met Ellen” https://africasacountry.com/2019/05/when-achieng-met-ellen Name a better sunset?! Email us askafracanah@gmail.com Branding: Victor Murithi Editing: Halima Gikandi

65 MINOCT 1
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Episode 33: Cosmo, shaken not stirred

Episode 32: John Goodman =/= Ted Danson

Adedana and Nomusa talk loneliness, ET302, true crime docs, and discuss the “cultural appropriation” of casting Africans as other Africans. 0:21 ze ketchup 25:24 Africa rising / *still* rising 49:29 an Afracanah film review 1:16:20 the Afracanah proverb of the week week week Alex Macheras’ interview https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=YHJp-4F-4EE And listeners, if you’ve watched “Abducted In Plain Sight” and “Black Earth Rising” OR have thoughts on our miscasting/cultural appropriation chat, PLEASE tweet at us! Branding: Victor Murithi Editing: Halima Gikandi

82 MINAPR 29
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Episode 32: John Goodman =/= Ted Danson

Episode 31: Sex & The Sugar Daddy

The girl children spend some time with journalist and filmmaker Nyasha Kadandara, most recently known for her BBC piece on the sponsor/blesser/sugar daddy phenomenon in Kenya. Listeners, a pro tip for this episode, take a shot every time Nomusa says “the patriarchy.” ;) 0:21 ze ketchup 1:06 Africa rising / *still* rising 10:19 Nyasha!! 58:22 the Afracanah proverb of the week week week Nyasha’s piece: “Sex & The Sugar Daddy” https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/resources/idt-sh/sex_and_the_sugar_daddy Website: https://www.nyashakadandara.com/ Twitter/IG: @MissNyashaK Adedana’s book rec: Talk of the Devil: Encounters with Seven Dictators https://www.theguardian.com/books/2003/jan/18/highereducation.news2 Annnnnnnd Nando’s “Last Dictator” ad for your viewing pleasure!: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ls1VCPoN9GI Branding: Victor Murithi Editing: Halima Gikandi

60 MINAPR 29
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Episode 31: Sex & The Sugar Daddy

Episode 30: Concierge and contacts

—— Recorded January 2019 —— 0:21 the usual randomness 3:55 ketchup.5 14:34 Nairobae 36:39 Our words for 2019 Branding: Victor Murithi Editing: Halima Gikandi

53 MINAPR 29
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Episode 30: Concierge and contacts

Episode 29: 2018 in retrograde

—- Recorded December 2018 —— The girl children look back on the twinkles, trials, and tribulations of 2018. Adedana 1:23 Nomusa’s four quarters 20:20 talk shop 44:59 Branding: Victor Murithi Editing: Halima Gikandi Funniest FB video ever: https://www.facebook.com/seandbuffington/videos/10209220468291103?s=310830&v=i&sfns=mo

59 MINAPR 29
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Episode 29: 2018 in retrograde

Episode 28: the Gots (fka "the GOATs)

------ Recorded on November 4, 2018 ------ The girl children talk adulthood, anxiety, and boundaries (so basically adulthood). And guest Dr. Asha Jeffers (University of King's College in Nova Scotia, Canada) brings the academic theory to reaspora/double diaspora, migration, immigrant identities, and myths. There's also Annotated Tinder and her diaspora reading list. The ketchup: 3:40 Africa rising / Africa *still* rising: 20:11 Doctah Asha!: 27:47 the Afracanah proverb of the week: 1:46:50 --- Check out Dr. Asha's Annotated Tinder at ashalaughs.tumblr.com How to find Dr. Asha Jeffers: Google her! (no really) Read her short story "The Scar" here: http://thepuritan.sovicreative.com/the-scar

112 MINJAN 15
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Episode 28: the Gots (fka "the GOATs)

Episode 24: Eyassu Killmonger

Nomusa June can’t feel her face (literally). Adedana is straight chillin. And Tamerra Griffin, *the* East Africa bureau chief for Buzzfeed News, joins the girl children to talk covering Kenya and the region, Nairobi screws, and attending the Africa premiere(!) of “Black Panther.” 0.22 Ze ketchup 18:34 Halp! 20:20 Africa rising / Africa *still* rising 31:20 the one and only Tamerra Griffin! 1:53:51 the Afracanah proverb of the week week week —— Black Panther spoilers at 1:46 and 1:48! —— How to find Tamerra and her work: Twitter/IG: @tamerra_nikol www.buzzfeed.com/TamerraGriffin Check out Tamerra's book and author recommendation here! https://www.newyorker.com/contributors/alexis-okeowo -- You can halp us here - any contribution is appreciated! https://mymookh.com/donations/f/cause/66 -- Editing: Kaz Branding: Victor Murithi

119 MIN2018 JUN 7
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Episode 24: Eyassu Killmonger

Episode 23: bodycon bodycon bodycon

****Recorded January 2018 (sorry fam, explanation in Episode 24) Nomusa has curious kitchen utensils. Adedana is ready to decimate these heauxs. The girl children set their words, intentions, and expected invitations for 2018. Also Public Service Announcement: Salads do NOT cure AIDS. 0:21 The Ketchup 24:08 Africa Rising / Africa *still* Rising 31:08 on fruits of labor, lemon stands, and butterflies 53:20 proverb of the week week week Sauti Sol singles of note: Melanin - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q97YwqQXIow Girl Next Door - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z1zvVUqWccE Editing - Kaz Branding - Victor Murithi

57 MIN2018 JUN 4
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Episode 23: bodycon bodycon bodycon

Episode 22: 2017, the year of our Lord

Recorded December 2017 - The girl children engage in some sankofa and look back before looking forward. Highlights include Nomusa's work work work and Adedana's transition from "occasionally bad and proletariat" to "100% bad a proletariat." 0:21 Ze ketchup pt1 3:10 We need your help please! 4:41 Ze ketchup pt2 6:36 2017 recap! 36:41 the Afracanah proverb of the week week week Fundraising campaign link - thank you sooooo so much in advance! https://mymookh.com/donations/f/cause/supporting-afracanah-podcast Editing: Kaz Branding: Victor Murithi Intro music composed and performed by AVByte, as heard on "Honest Trailers - The Lion King" www.youtube.com/watch?v=DFtBjc1dz7w

41 MIN2018 JAN 22
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Episode 22: 2017, the year of our Lord

Latest Episodes

Episode 34: Rich, well protected, and a little dangerous

————Recorded July 2019 ———— Adedana and Nomusa talk Mzansi, Big Dictator Daughter Energy, Love +, and interview Mukami Kuria, on lace fronts for lawyers. 00:41 - ketchup 17:03 - The main (Part 1): Love languages… and attachment theory 1:21:18 - The main main (Part 2): Mukami Kuria on Lawyer-ing and African Art You can follow Mukami’s work here: https://www.instagram.com/mukami_kuria What’s your love language? Email us askafracanah@gmail.com Branding: Victor Murithi Editing: Halima Gikandi *Episode 34 References & Resources* Part 1: Love languages… and attachment theory Natalie Lue: The Baggage Reclaim Sessions Podcast https://www.baggagereclaim.co.uk/podcast-ep-145-stage-0-1-of-relationships-the-recruiter-mindset/ Part 2: Mukami Kuria Interivew David Koloane The Bag Factory, Johannesburg, South Africa Penny Siopsis William Kentridge Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge, UK Dakar Biennale Museum of Black Civilizations, Dakar, Senegal Zeitz MOCAA, Museum of Contemporary African Art, Cape Town, South Africa MACAAL, Musée d’Art Contemporain Al Maaden, Marrakech, Morocco The Venice Biennale Manifesta Biennale documenta Bamako (Bamako Encounters/Rencontres Bamako) Kochi-Muziris Biennale Berlin Biennale *Correction: The Ship was originally from Libya Christoph Büchel Barca Nostra Edouard Glissant Zimbabwe Pavilion, Soko Risina Musoro (The Tale without a Head) Raphael Chikukwa National Gallery of Zimbabwe Ghana Pavilion, Ghana Freedom, Venice Biennale 2019 Kara Walker’s ‘A Subtlety, or the Marvelous Sugar Baby’ (2014) Domino Sugar Factory, Brooklyn, New York Kader Attia Sherene Razack Jerry Gogosian Meme Page on Instagram Art Basel Gabi Ngcobo Remi Onabanjo The Walther Collection RAW Material Company Senegal Koyo Kouoh (Current Chief Curator, Zeitz MOCAA) Art Auction East Africa Sotheby’s Christie’s Bonhams Tate Young Patrons Tate Collective Book Bunk Smithsonian Museum, Washington DC The Phillips Collection, Washington DC She’s Gotta Have It – The Series Spike Lee Creative Time Theaster Gates B.A.R. – Black Artist’s Retreat MoCADA – Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts The Sackler Family Yana Peel The Serpentine Gallery, UK Tschabalala Self Juliana Huxtable Kennedy Yanko Carrie Mae Weems Amy Sherald Wangechi Mutu Michael Armitage Lincoln Mwangi William Kentridge, A Poem That IS Not Our Own, at Kunstmuseum, Basel, Switzerland William Kentridge, The Head and The Load Sara Ahmed, The Cultural Politics of Emotion Judith Butler iQhiya Collective Athi-Patra Ruga Bronwyn Katz Lungiswa Gqunta Kemang wa Lehulere Julie Mehretu Lady Skollie Kudzanai-Violet Hwami Lynette Yiadom-Boakye Gordon Parks

151 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Episode 34: Rich, well protected, and a little dangerous

Episode 33: Cosmo, shaken not stirred

——— Recorded May 2019 ——— Adedana and Nomusa talk premium air travel, life being sh&!, #DemThrones, and satanic waterfalls. 2:04 - ketchup 13:03 - Africa rising/ *still* rising 29:29 - The Nyama/Kitfo - Africa Travel 64:26 - the Afracanah proverb of the week week week Sisonke Msimang: “When Achieng met Ellen” https://africasacountry.com/2019/05/when-achieng-met-ellen Name a better sunset?! Email us askafracanah@gmail.com Branding: Victor Murithi Editing: Halima Gikandi

65 MINOCT 1
Comments
Episode 33: Cosmo, shaken not stirred

Episode 32: John Goodman =/= Ted Danson

Adedana and Nomusa talk loneliness, ET302, true crime docs, and discuss the “cultural appropriation” of casting Africans as other Africans. 0:21 ze ketchup 25:24 Africa rising / *still* rising 49:29 an Afracanah film review 1:16:20 the Afracanah proverb of the week week week Alex Macheras’ interview https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=YHJp-4F-4EE And listeners, if you’ve watched “Abducted In Plain Sight” and “Black Earth Rising” OR have thoughts on our miscasting/cultural appropriation chat, PLEASE tweet at us! Branding: Victor Murithi Editing: Halima Gikandi

82 MINAPR 29
Comments
Episode 32: John Goodman =/= Ted Danson

Episode 31: Sex & The Sugar Daddy

The girl children spend some time with journalist and filmmaker Nyasha Kadandara, most recently known for her BBC piece on the sponsor/blesser/sugar daddy phenomenon in Kenya. Listeners, a pro tip for this episode, take a shot every time Nomusa says “the patriarchy.” ;) 0:21 ze ketchup 1:06 Africa rising / *still* rising 10:19 Nyasha!! 58:22 the Afracanah proverb of the week week week Nyasha’s piece: “Sex & The Sugar Daddy” https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/resources/idt-sh/sex_and_the_sugar_daddy Website: https://www.nyashakadandara.com/ Twitter/IG: @MissNyashaK Adedana’s book rec: Talk of the Devil: Encounters with Seven Dictators https://www.theguardian.com/books/2003/jan/18/highereducation.news2 Annnnnnnd Nando’s “Last Dictator” ad for your viewing pleasure!: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ls1VCPoN9GI Branding: Victor Murithi Editing: Halima Gikandi

60 MINAPR 29
Comments
Episode 31: Sex & The Sugar Daddy

Episode 30: Concierge and contacts

—— Recorded January 2019 —— 0:21 the usual randomness 3:55 ketchup.5 14:34 Nairobae 36:39 Our words for 2019 Branding: Victor Murithi Editing: Halima Gikandi

53 MINAPR 29
Comments
Episode 30: Concierge and contacts

Episode 29: 2018 in retrograde

—- Recorded December 2018 —— The girl children look back on the twinkles, trials, and tribulations of 2018. Adedana 1:23 Nomusa’s four quarters 20:20 talk shop 44:59 Branding: Victor Murithi Editing: Halima Gikandi Funniest FB video ever: https://www.facebook.com/seandbuffington/videos/10209220468291103?s=310830&v=i&sfns=mo

59 MINAPR 29
Comments
Episode 29: 2018 in retrograde

Episode 28: the Gots (fka "the GOATs)

------ Recorded on November 4, 2018 ------ The girl children talk adulthood, anxiety, and boundaries (so basically adulthood). And guest Dr. Asha Jeffers (University of King's College in Nova Scotia, Canada) brings the academic theory to reaspora/double diaspora, migration, immigrant identities, and myths. There's also Annotated Tinder and her diaspora reading list. The ketchup: 3:40 Africa rising / Africa *still* rising: 20:11 Doctah Asha!: 27:47 the Afracanah proverb of the week: 1:46:50 --- Check out Dr. Asha's Annotated Tinder at ashalaughs.tumblr.com How to find Dr. Asha Jeffers: Google her! (no really) Read her short story "The Scar" here: http://thepuritan.sovicreative.com/the-scar

112 MINJAN 15
Comments
Episode 28: the Gots (fka "the GOATs)

Episode 24: Eyassu Killmonger

Nomusa June can’t feel her face (literally). Adedana is straight chillin. And Tamerra Griffin, *the* East Africa bureau chief for Buzzfeed News, joins the girl children to talk covering Kenya and the region, Nairobi screws, and attending the Africa premiere(!) of “Black Panther.” 0.22 Ze ketchup 18:34 Halp! 20:20 Africa rising / Africa *still* rising 31:20 the one and only Tamerra Griffin! 1:53:51 the Afracanah proverb of the week week week —— Black Panther spoilers at 1:46 and 1:48! —— How to find Tamerra and her work: Twitter/IG: @tamerra_nikol www.buzzfeed.com/TamerraGriffin Check out Tamerra's book and author recommendation here! https://www.newyorker.com/contributors/alexis-okeowo -- You can halp us here - any contribution is appreciated! https://mymookh.com/donations/f/cause/66 -- Editing: Kaz Branding: Victor Murithi

119 MIN2018 JUN 7
Comments
Episode 24: Eyassu Killmonger

Episode 23: bodycon bodycon bodycon

****Recorded January 2018 (sorry fam, explanation in Episode 24) Nomusa has curious kitchen utensils. Adedana is ready to decimate these heauxs. The girl children set their words, intentions, and expected invitations for 2018. Also Public Service Announcement: Salads do NOT cure AIDS. 0:21 The Ketchup 24:08 Africa Rising / Africa *still* Rising 31:08 on fruits of labor, lemon stands, and butterflies 53:20 proverb of the week week week Sauti Sol singles of note: Melanin - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q97YwqQXIow Girl Next Door - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z1zvVUqWccE Editing - Kaz Branding - Victor Murithi

57 MIN2018 JUN 4
Comments
Episode 23: bodycon bodycon bodycon

Episode 22: 2017, the year of our Lord

Recorded December 2017 - The girl children engage in some sankofa and look back before looking forward. Highlights include Nomusa's work work work and Adedana's transition from "occasionally bad and proletariat" to "100% bad a proletariat." 0:21 Ze ketchup pt1 3:10 We need your help please! 4:41 Ze ketchup pt2 6:36 2017 recap! 36:41 the Afracanah proverb of the week week week Fundraising campaign link - thank you sooooo so much in advance! https://mymookh.com/donations/f/cause/supporting-afracanah-podcast Editing: Kaz Branding: Victor Murithi Intro music composed and performed by AVByte, as heard on "Honest Trailers - The Lion King" www.youtube.com/watch?v=DFtBjc1dz7w

41 MIN2018 JAN 22
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Episode 22: 2017, the year of our Lord
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