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Well hello and welcome to our podcast!We are Adeola and Salem, two Nigerian Diaspora women taking on some difficult topics in a fun and challenging discourse.We believe there is incredible power in hearing and amplifying the voices of under-represented people. For too long stories of Africans have been told by Western voices and with this podcast you get to hear the raw and untold stories of two diaspora African women - whose identities have been shaped just as much by our African experiences as by our western experiences. Happy listening

Latest Episodes

S3, Ep 1: Diversity - What Nigeria can teach the world about inclusion

ENigeria is a vast multicultural country with the largest population on the continent of Africa and more than 300 groups of people.Adeola schools us all on the importance of recognizing Nigerian cultural groups as kingdoms rather than tribes. We center this episode on the ways Nigerians are navigating their varied experiences and narratives without the erasure of others. We touch on specific examples of how our cultural identities as Nigerians are very different from each other, Adeola a majority identity Yoruba and Salem who is Efik, Annang & Ibibio - minority Nigeria tribes. We talk through the fact that there is no homogenous black identity, rather there are cultural similarities and niche experiences. We tackle the unique ability within Nigeria to have majority non-domination, and how we as a culture are successful at dismantling the idea of tolerance by creating spaces for people to co-exist within the structures of their own unique identities. We end this conversation with a re...

67 MIN2018 OCT 3
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S3, Ep 1: Diversity - What Nigeria can teach the world about inclusion

Intro To Season 3

EIntro To Season 3 by Thrive Table

21 MIN2018 OCT 2
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Intro To Season 3

S2, EP 6: Best Of 2017 & Intentions for 2018

EJoin Adeola & Salem as we share things we are ditching and leaving behind in 2017. And some things area's of growth we are manifesting in 2018. P.S: we give our listeners a shoutout for being part of our awesome growth process in 2017. Thank you for taking our words in! We cant wait to keep bringing you good content in the new year.

86 MIN2018 JAN 2
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S2, EP 6: Best Of 2017 & Intentions for 2018

S2, Ep 5 - Sisterhood; we have many faces but we don't have to become each other.

EHere we navigate the big and bold topic of sisterhood: what it means to us, what it looks like in the various different settings, how it has saved us and how it is necessary to stay sane in these times. Adeola shares a really great tip for those who are asking how to find that community or sisterhood. Salem shares how the Trinity teaches her about sisterhood. Our introductory conversation tackles the idea of travel as the new black, the millennial expectations we have of what our lives should look like at this point, and how summer self care affects winter feelings.

88 MIN2017 DEC 10
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S2, Ep 5 - Sisterhood; we have many faces but we don't have to become each other.

S2, Ep4 - An ovulation induced conversation on Thirst, ambition, Forbes & Idris Elba as a Zaddy.

EThe title says it all: We are both ovulating and decide to channel all our baby making energies into addressing thirst and ambition. We tackle Forbes 30 Under 30 and Salem's disappointment at being nominated but not selected. Adeola gives some amazing insights as to the unrealistic expectations of achievement we place on ourselves. We also spend a lot of time talking about gorgeous men in light of the sham that was People's Sexist Man Alive 2017 and Salem composes a wacky admiration poem dedicated to Idris Elba's shirtless body. Enjoy!

72 MIN2017 NOV 26
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S2, Ep4 - An ovulation induced conversation on Thirst, ambition, Forbes & Idris Elba as a Zaddy.

S 2, Ep 3: Saying goodbye to procrastination & the stigma of sexual abuse

EWe finally tackle sexual assault in light of #metoo & all the recent allegations. Adeola is glowing because of her lovely skin care routine, salem chokes on her wine..umm, fermented rose lemonade. Salem is learning that the most loving thing she can do for herself is to stop procrastinating and Adeola is learning boundaries from people who want to take but never give We highlight Afri-Ameri Trade Store as the Thriving business of the week, and our African badass of the episode is Cambridge student Lola Olufemi who championed the cause to decolonize british lit curriculum. We share a poem on hovering over our bodies in light of harassment to our bodies and some practices we can do to come back home to our bodies and care for ourselves as we heal from various forms of violence and misogynoir.

61 MIN2017 NOV 15
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S 2, Ep 3: Saying goodbye to procrastination & the stigma of sexual abuse

S2 Episode 2 - Where We Talk About Everything & End With "Be Kind To Yourself"

EThis is a catch all episode where we talk about: - mental health - sisterhood -slutty girl fears - gorgeous men - African storytelling - Privilege. And end with on a very yogi-ish note with all the self kindness and compassion talk. Tune in! Listen up! Connect with us and leave a review

86 MIN2017 OCT 20
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S2 Episode 2 - Where We Talk About Everything & End With "Be Kind To Yourself"

Season 2, Episode 1 (Was There A Country? There Was A Country! Happy Birthday Nigeria

EWhat to expect on this weeks episode as we commence the second season of the podcast: We touch on ‘haaawt looking dark skin eligible African bachelors in Diaspora. We dissect the movie ‘October 1’ : how patriarchy destroys men and leads them to take out their trauma on women. Adeola coins a new word - "stupidility" and Salem shares some intimate personal history. We touch on the Republic of Biafra and how we need collective healing as a country. The books we referred to are: Chinua Achebe, ‘There was a country’ A personal history of Biafra. 2012, Penguin books. Happy listening and welcome back <3

93 MIN2017 OCT 2
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Season 2, Episode 1 (Was There A Country? There Was A Country! Happy Birthday Nigeria

S1, EP 13 - Chatting with our Nigerian Moms

EOn this last episode of season 1, we brought our moms to the table in honor of mothers day weekend! We chat with them about African parents, African daughters, the expectation of perfection, dating, and what its like to be mothers of strong women. Because our moms are very Nigerian, the issue of marriage and modesty comes up so if this is a trigger for you, take care of yourself!

61 MIN2017 MAY 15
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S1, EP 13 - Chatting with our Nigerian Moms

S1, EP 12 - Special Juicy Q & A Episode

EWe have a wonderful treat for you our lovely listeners! Some of you sent in questions and we chose some of your questions as the main topics of conversations for this episode. We hope our Answers are satisfying. Send us your questions and they could be featured on our next special episode. Email: thrivetablepodcast@gmail.com Twitter: ThriveTable

55 MIN2017 MAY 8
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S1, EP 12 - Special Juicy Q & A Episode

Latest Episodes

S3, Ep 1: Diversity - What Nigeria can teach the world about inclusion

ENigeria is a vast multicultural country with the largest population on the continent of Africa and more than 300 groups of people.Adeola schools us all on the importance of recognizing Nigerian cultural groups as kingdoms rather than tribes. We center this episode on the ways Nigerians are navigating their varied experiences and narratives without the erasure of others. We touch on specific examples of how our cultural identities as Nigerians are very different from each other, Adeola a majority identity Yoruba and Salem who is Efik, Annang & Ibibio - minority Nigeria tribes. We talk through the fact that there is no homogenous black identity, rather there are cultural similarities and niche experiences. We tackle the unique ability within Nigeria to have majority non-domination, and how we as a culture are successful at dismantling the idea of tolerance by creating spaces for people to co-exist within the structures of their own unique identities. We end this conversation with a re...

67 MIN2018 OCT 3
Comments
S3, Ep 1: Diversity - What Nigeria can teach the world about inclusion

Intro To Season 3

EIntro To Season 3 by Thrive Table

21 MIN2018 OCT 2
Comments
Intro To Season 3

S2, EP 6: Best Of 2017 & Intentions for 2018

EJoin Adeola & Salem as we share things we are ditching and leaving behind in 2017. And some things area's of growth we are manifesting in 2018. P.S: we give our listeners a shoutout for being part of our awesome growth process in 2017. Thank you for taking our words in! We cant wait to keep bringing you good content in the new year.

86 MIN2018 JAN 2
Comments
S2, EP 6: Best Of 2017 & Intentions for 2018

S2, Ep 5 - Sisterhood; we have many faces but we don't have to become each other.

EHere we navigate the big and bold topic of sisterhood: what it means to us, what it looks like in the various different settings, how it has saved us and how it is necessary to stay sane in these times. Adeola shares a really great tip for those who are asking how to find that community or sisterhood. Salem shares how the Trinity teaches her about sisterhood. Our introductory conversation tackles the idea of travel as the new black, the millennial expectations we have of what our lives should look like at this point, and how summer self care affects winter feelings.

88 MIN2017 DEC 10
Comments
S2, Ep 5 - Sisterhood; we have many faces but we don't have to become each other.

S2, Ep4 - An ovulation induced conversation on Thirst, ambition, Forbes & Idris Elba as a Zaddy.

EThe title says it all: We are both ovulating and decide to channel all our baby making energies into addressing thirst and ambition. We tackle Forbes 30 Under 30 and Salem's disappointment at being nominated but not selected. Adeola gives some amazing insights as to the unrealistic expectations of achievement we place on ourselves. We also spend a lot of time talking about gorgeous men in light of the sham that was People's Sexist Man Alive 2017 and Salem composes a wacky admiration poem dedicated to Idris Elba's shirtless body. Enjoy!

72 MIN2017 NOV 26
Comments
S2, Ep4 - An ovulation induced conversation on Thirst, ambition, Forbes & Idris Elba as a Zaddy.

S 2, Ep 3: Saying goodbye to procrastination & the stigma of sexual abuse

EWe finally tackle sexual assault in light of #metoo & all the recent allegations. Adeola is glowing because of her lovely skin care routine, salem chokes on her wine..umm, fermented rose lemonade. Salem is learning that the most loving thing she can do for herself is to stop procrastinating and Adeola is learning boundaries from people who want to take but never give We highlight Afri-Ameri Trade Store as the Thriving business of the week, and our African badass of the episode is Cambridge student Lola Olufemi who championed the cause to decolonize british lit curriculum. We share a poem on hovering over our bodies in light of harassment to our bodies and some practices we can do to come back home to our bodies and care for ourselves as we heal from various forms of violence and misogynoir.

61 MIN2017 NOV 15
Comments
S 2, Ep 3: Saying goodbye to procrastination & the stigma of sexual abuse

S2 Episode 2 - Where We Talk About Everything & End With "Be Kind To Yourself"

EThis is a catch all episode where we talk about: - mental health - sisterhood -slutty girl fears - gorgeous men - African storytelling - Privilege. And end with on a very yogi-ish note with all the self kindness and compassion talk. Tune in! Listen up! Connect with us and leave a review

86 MIN2017 OCT 20
Comments
S2 Episode 2 - Where We Talk About Everything & End With "Be Kind To Yourself"

Season 2, Episode 1 (Was There A Country? There Was A Country! Happy Birthday Nigeria

EWhat to expect on this weeks episode as we commence the second season of the podcast: We touch on ‘haaawt looking dark skin eligible African bachelors in Diaspora. We dissect the movie ‘October 1’ : how patriarchy destroys men and leads them to take out their trauma on women. Adeola coins a new word - "stupidility" and Salem shares some intimate personal history. We touch on the Republic of Biafra and how we need collective healing as a country. The books we referred to are: Chinua Achebe, ‘There was a country’ A personal history of Biafra. 2012, Penguin books. Happy listening and welcome back <3

93 MIN2017 OCT 2
Comments
Season 2, Episode 1 (Was There A Country? There Was A Country! Happy Birthday Nigeria

S1, EP 13 - Chatting with our Nigerian Moms

EOn this last episode of season 1, we brought our moms to the table in honor of mothers day weekend! We chat with them about African parents, African daughters, the expectation of perfection, dating, and what its like to be mothers of strong women. Because our moms are very Nigerian, the issue of marriage and modesty comes up so if this is a trigger for you, take care of yourself!

61 MIN2017 MAY 15
Comments
S1, EP 13 - Chatting with our Nigerian Moms

S1, EP 12 - Special Juicy Q & A Episode

EWe have a wonderful treat for you our lovely listeners! Some of you sent in questions and we chose some of your questions as the main topics of conversations for this episode. We hope our Answers are satisfying. Send us your questions and they could be featured on our next special episode. Email: thrivetablepodcast@gmail.com Twitter: ThriveTable

55 MIN2017 MAY 8
Comments
S1, EP 12 - Special Juicy Q & A Episode
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