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Fufu and Jerk is a monthly podcast highlighting black trailblazers, while tracking trending topics in Africa, the Caribbean and in the nation's capital. Omar and Anna-Lysa are both full-time journalists, who provide an often humorous take on relationships and issues in the community.

Latest Episodes

19: How Evelyn from the Internets went from viral sensation to PBS

Our special guest this month is "Evelyn from the Internets". She is one of the hottest YouTube stars. Her viral videos have been recognized by stars like Beyonce. Between her code switching and her wit, there's lots to love about her. Her channel has more than 13 million views and more than 205,000 subscribers. If you're one of her #Internetcousins, you'll want to check out this episode. Visit her site https://www.evelynfromtheinternets.com/ to learn more about her.

59 MINJAN 20
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19: How Evelyn from the Internets went from viral sensation to PBS

18: Celebrating "Omar-mas" with our favorite episodes

On this episode, we're taking you back in time with all our favorite episodes of the year. Plus, we're celebrating "Omar-mas". Fufu is celebrating a milestone year. Wish him a happy birthday!

37 MIN2019 DEC 23
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18: Celebrating "Omar-mas" with our favorite episodes

17: Kamilah Tom on her journey from San Francisco to Ghana in the Year of the Return

On this episode, Kamilah Tom talks about her journey to Africa, in the "year of the return". She also shares tips on how to navigate solo travel.

60 MIN2019 NOV 29
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17: Kamilah Tom on her journey from San Francisco to Ghana in the Year of the Return

16: "Bad Gyal Vegan" shares her recipe for success with her vegan restaurant

On this episode, Chyna Love aka Bad Gyal Vegan is sharing new details on the plans for her popular Brooklyn restaurant. Her catch phrase is "being bad tastes so good" and her vegan restaurant is known for its "world famous Voxtail and Empress pasta".

51 MIN2019 OCT 25
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16: "Bad Gyal Vegan" shares her recipe for success with her vegan restaurant

15: Five events we're looking forward to this fall

On this episode, we're breaking down our favorite fall events. That includes Howard Homecoming and UMD Homecoming. Which is better? We had a friendly debate. Head to FufuandJerkPodcast.com for more details.

42 MIN2019 SEP 20
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15: Five events we're looking forward to this fall

14: "Econix" podcast host on why financial literacy is so important

On this episode of the Fufu and Jerk Podcast, the founder of "Econix" talks about the importance of financial literacy. Econix is a podcast dedicated to highlighting "entrepreneurs and their journeys", featuring hosts Joshua Bent & Donarell Green V. Meanwhile, Omar and Anna-Lysa are bringing you the latest out of the Caribbean and West Africa, while tackling the term "cultural appropriation".

55 MIN2019 AUG 24
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14: "Econix" podcast host on why financial literacy is so important

13: We hosted a Jollof rice competition for the first time & it was so much fun!

On this episode, we dish about Jollof Wars D.C. Anna-Lysa and Omar emceed the cooking competition on July 6, 2019. Check out photos and videos on our instagram page (@fufuandjerkpodcast). You'll also hear from Troy Massa, who is the founder of the "Africa Gives Back International Gala".

36 MIN2019 JUL 16
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13: We hosted a Jollof rice competition for the first time & it was so much fun!

12: DMV non-profit founder on why he's giving back here at home, in West Africa & the Caribbean

On this episode, Omar and Anna-Lysa sat down with William Asiedu. Asiedu is the Founder & CEO of The Distant Relatives Project. The Distant Relatives Project is committed to helping "underserved communities in Africa and within the diaspora." https://distant-relatives.org

44 MIN2019 JUN 19
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12: DMV non-profit founder on why he's giving back here at home, in West Africa & the Caribbean

11: Why a Ghana mission trip inspired a D.C. resident

On this episode of the Fufu and Jerk Podcast, D.C. resident Michael Johnson discusses his recent mission trip to Ghana. Later on in the episode, Omar and Anna-Lysa opens up about overcoming pressure from parents.

57 MIN2019 MAY 23
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11: Why a Ghana mission trip inspired a D.C. resident

10: Howard alumna explains her new business venture “Our Africa Legacy”

On this episode of the Fufu and Jerk Podcast, Anna-Lysa and Omar sat down with Sadé Diké, who is the founder of Our Africa Legacy. "Our Africa Legacy is a mission based movement, dedicated to inspiring truth through handpicked experiences that reveal the best parts of what Africa has to offer in cultural tourism, entertainment, and enterprise," according to Diké.

56 MIN2019 APR 12
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10: Howard alumna explains her new business venture “Our Africa Legacy”

Latest Episodes

19: How Evelyn from the Internets went from viral sensation to PBS

Our special guest this month is "Evelyn from the Internets". She is one of the hottest YouTube stars. Her viral videos have been recognized by stars like Beyonce. Between her code switching and her wit, there's lots to love about her. Her channel has more than 13 million views and more than 205,000 subscribers. If you're one of her #Internetcousins, you'll want to check out this episode. Visit her site https://www.evelynfromtheinternets.com/ to learn more about her.

59 MINJAN 20
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19: How Evelyn from the Internets went from viral sensation to PBS

18: Celebrating "Omar-mas" with our favorite episodes

On this episode, we're taking you back in time with all our favorite episodes of the year. Plus, we're celebrating "Omar-mas". Fufu is celebrating a milestone year. Wish him a happy birthday!

37 MIN2019 DEC 23
Comments
18: Celebrating "Omar-mas" with our favorite episodes

17: Kamilah Tom on her journey from San Francisco to Ghana in the Year of the Return

On this episode, Kamilah Tom talks about her journey to Africa, in the "year of the return". She also shares tips on how to navigate solo travel.

60 MIN2019 NOV 29
Comments
17: Kamilah Tom on her journey from San Francisco to Ghana in the Year of the Return

16: "Bad Gyal Vegan" shares her recipe for success with her vegan restaurant

On this episode, Chyna Love aka Bad Gyal Vegan is sharing new details on the plans for her popular Brooklyn restaurant. Her catch phrase is "being bad tastes so good" and her vegan restaurant is known for its "world famous Voxtail and Empress pasta".

51 MIN2019 OCT 25
Comments
16: "Bad Gyal Vegan" shares her recipe for success with her vegan restaurant

15: Five events we're looking forward to this fall

On this episode, we're breaking down our favorite fall events. That includes Howard Homecoming and UMD Homecoming. Which is better? We had a friendly debate. Head to FufuandJerkPodcast.com for more details.

42 MIN2019 SEP 20
Comments
15: Five events we're looking forward to this fall

14: "Econix" podcast host on why financial literacy is so important

On this episode of the Fufu and Jerk Podcast, the founder of "Econix" talks about the importance of financial literacy. Econix is a podcast dedicated to highlighting "entrepreneurs and their journeys", featuring hosts Joshua Bent & Donarell Green V. Meanwhile, Omar and Anna-Lysa are bringing you the latest out of the Caribbean and West Africa, while tackling the term "cultural appropriation".

55 MIN2019 AUG 24
Comments
14: "Econix" podcast host on why financial literacy is so important

13: We hosted a Jollof rice competition for the first time & it was so much fun!

On this episode, we dish about Jollof Wars D.C. Anna-Lysa and Omar emceed the cooking competition on July 6, 2019. Check out photos and videos on our instagram page (@fufuandjerkpodcast). You'll also hear from Troy Massa, who is the founder of the "Africa Gives Back International Gala".

36 MIN2019 JUL 16
Comments
13: We hosted a Jollof rice competition for the first time & it was so much fun!

12: DMV non-profit founder on why he's giving back here at home, in West Africa & the Caribbean

On this episode, Omar and Anna-Lysa sat down with William Asiedu. Asiedu is the Founder & CEO of The Distant Relatives Project. The Distant Relatives Project is committed to helping "underserved communities in Africa and within the diaspora." https://distant-relatives.org

44 MIN2019 JUN 19
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12: DMV non-profit founder on why he's giving back here at home, in West Africa & the Caribbean

11: Why a Ghana mission trip inspired a D.C. resident

On this episode of the Fufu and Jerk Podcast, D.C. resident Michael Johnson discusses his recent mission trip to Ghana. Later on in the episode, Omar and Anna-Lysa opens up about overcoming pressure from parents.

57 MIN2019 MAY 23
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11: Why a Ghana mission trip inspired a D.C. resident

10: Howard alumna explains her new business venture “Our Africa Legacy”

On this episode of the Fufu and Jerk Podcast, Anna-Lysa and Omar sat down with Sadé Diké, who is the founder of Our Africa Legacy. "Our Africa Legacy is a mission based movement, dedicated to inspiring truth through handpicked experiences that reveal the best parts of what Africa has to offer in cultural tourism, entertainment, and enterprise," according to Diké.

56 MIN2019 APR 12
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10: Howard alumna explains her new business venture “Our Africa Legacy”
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