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The Grey Podcast is for African women who question the status-quo! Host, Kwakyewaa Owusu-Nyantakyi also known as KY talks to different women about personal growth, love, sex, career, African culture and experiences navigating the crazy down here in Ghana, West Africa

Latest Episodes

Episode Seven : The F word

EIt's our final episode our very first season, people and we couldn't think of a more befitting end! There is a lot of talk round feminism in these streets lately. At the core, Feminism is activism that seeks to make a woman's life better in all respects. So why is it so heavily opposed in our part of town? This week, three powerful Ghanaian feminists, Kinna Reads, Nana Ama Agyemang Asante and Nana Akosua Hanson, join The Grey to speak on being a feminist in Ghana and finding a voice in a culturally patriarchal system. Be sure to subscribe on iTunes and Soundcloud for Season 2 of The Grey Podcast!

54 MIN2017 SEP 28
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Episode Seven : The F word

Episode Five : She's got it all?

The African woman is redefining what it means to have it all. What does that actually mean? What does an ultimate checklist look like for the complete woman? Are we defined by society's expectations and do we actually believe they are the best for us. A successful career, financial independence, marriage and motherhood. Are we to excel at all these or is there a price to pay at every turn? Vera, Daryl and Aj get on The Grey today to discuss what the Alpha Female could look like on their own terms. Be sure to subscribe on iTunes and Soundcloud for the next episode!

30 MIN2017 SEP 13
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Episode Five : She's got it all?

Episode Four : The Art of a Side Hustle

The millennial wants to do so much more than working a 9 to 5 job. Starting a side-job is more than having a multiple streams of income, it's about harnessing talents we didn't know we had and loving it! Our guest on this week's episode is Ruth Okyere, founder of freelance makeup enterprise, Glow with M'aj. Ruth is an HR Practitioner by day and an awesome make-up artist on the side! Ruth discusses turning a hobby into a successful business, managing a full-time job, and the therapy of make-up! Be sure to subscribe on iTunes and Soundcloud for the next episode!

28 MIN2017 SEP 6
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Episode Four : The Art of a Side Hustle

Episode Three : Giovanni's World

Weeks into her pregnancy, Ginny Partington knew there was something wrong. It's been two years since her son, Giovanni, was born and diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy. From India to South Africa, Ginny has travelled all over the world searching for answers and continues to share her experiences as a Special Needs Mom through writing and advocacy. On this episode, she discusses Cerebral Palsy, motherhood, social prejudices, the Ghana health system, and finding purpose in pain. You can read more about Ginny and Giovanni here Be sure to subscribe on iTunes and Soundcloud for the next episode!

44 MIN2017 AUG 30
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Episode Three : Giovanni's World

Episode Two : Full Disclosure

It's natural to put your best foot forward when you're getting to know someone. But when the chips finally fall, how much of our past should we reveal to a love interest? Are women judged unfairly when it comes to their body count? Do women have to lie about past relationships to avoid prejudices? This week, Ky discusses the complexities connected to revealing details of sexual history and it's impact on modern social relationships.

35 MIN2017 AUG 23
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Episode Two : Full Disclosure

Episode One : Depression, Do you see me?

Yaay! It's finally here! We finally get to show you what we've worked in these past few months! As exciting as it is, our very first episode, starts on a solemn note. Depression. Earlier on in the year, there were tragic reports of young women who had taken their lives, caving in under mental pressures they were going through at the time. For many, Depression is a "white people" disease, a first-world problem. This episode with guests AJ, Jessica, Rahel and Daryl, discusses the signs of Depression, the African reception, the stigma and ways forward. Tune in!

50 MIN2017 AUG 16
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Episode One : Depression, Do you see me?

A little something from The Grey!

The Grey Podcast is coming out in a couple of days and we are super excited about it! The Team here, KY, Marian, Tj, Edwin and of course, iSpace Foundation, have worked pretty hard on it. Enjoy our little teaser!

-1 s2017 AUG 12
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A little something from The Grey!

Welcome To The Grey!

We are so excited to bring you The Grey Podcast! It's a great time to be a woman! It's a great to also unload a lot of bullshit! Here, we ask the questions we don't hear on our side of the world, West Africa. Join us as we navigate through stories of personal growth, self-care, love, sex, career and African culture

1 MIN2017 AUG 4
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Welcome To The Grey!
the END

Latest Episodes

Episode Seven : The F word

EIt's our final episode our very first season, people and we couldn't think of a more befitting end! There is a lot of talk round feminism in these streets lately. At the core, Feminism is activism that seeks to make a woman's life better in all respects. So why is it so heavily opposed in our part of town? This week, three powerful Ghanaian feminists, Kinna Reads, Nana Ama Agyemang Asante and Nana Akosua Hanson, join The Grey to speak on being a feminist in Ghana and finding a voice in a culturally patriarchal system. Be sure to subscribe on iTunes and Soundcloud for Season 2 of The Grey Podcast!

54 MIN2017 SEP 28
Comments
Episode Seven : The F word

Episode Five : She's got it all?

The African woman is redefining what it means to have it all. What does that actually mean? What does an ultimate checklist look like for the complete woman? Are we defined by society's expectations and do we actually believe they are the best for us. A successful career, financial independence, marriage and motherhood. Are we to excel at all these or is there a price to pay at every turn? Vera, Daryl and Aj get on The Grey today to discuss what the Alpha Female could look like on their own terms. Be sure to subscribe on iTunes and Soundcloud for the next episode!

30 MIN2017 SEP 13
Comments
Episode Five : She's got it all?

Episode Four : The Art of a Side Hustle

The millennial wants to do so much more than working a 9 to 5 job. Starting a side-job is more than having a multiple streams of income, it's about harnessing talents we didn't know we had and loving it! Our guest on this week's episode is Ruth Okyere, founder of freelance makeup enterprise, Glow with M'aj. Ruth is an HR Practitioner by day and an awesome make-up artist on the side! Ruth discusses turning a hobby into a successful business, managing a full-time job, and the therapy of make-up! Be sure to subscribe on iTunes and Soundcloud for the next episode!

28 MIN2017 SEP 6
Comments
Episode Four : The Art of a Side Hustle

Episode Three : Giovanni's World

Weeks into her pregnancy, Ginny Partington knew there was something wrong. It's been two years since her son, Giovanni, was born and diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy. From India to South Africa, Ginny has travelled all over the world searching for answers and continues to share her experiences as a Special Needs Mom through writing and advocacy. On this episode, she discusses Cerebral Palsy, motherhood, social prejudices, the Ghana health system, and finding purpose in pain. You can read more about Ginny and Giovanni here Be sure to subscribe on iTunes and Soundcloud for the next episode!

44 MIN2017 AUG 30
Comments
Episode Three : Giovanni's World

Episode Two : Full Disclosure

It's natural to put your best foot forward when you're getting to know someone. But when the chips finally fall, how much of our past should we reveal to a love interest? Are women judged unfairly when it comes to their body count? Do women have to lie about past relationships to avoid prejudices? This week, Ky discusses the complexities connected to revealing details of sexual history and it's impact on modern social relationships.

35 MIN2017 AUG 23
Comments
Episode Two : Full Disclosure

Episode One : Depression, Do you see me?

Yaay! It's finally here! We finally get to show you what we've worked in these past few months! As exciting as it is, our very first episode, starts on a solemn note. Depression. Earlier on in the year, there were tragic reports of young women who had taken their lives, caving in under mental pressures they were going through at the time. For many, Depression is a "white people" disease, a first-world problem. This episode with guests AJ, Jessica, Rahel and Daryl, discusses the signs of Depression, the African reception, the stigma and ways forward. Tune in!

50 MIN2017 AUG 16
Comments
Episode One : Depression, Do you see me?

A little something from The Grey!

The Grey Podcast is coming out in a couple of days and we are super excited about it! The Team here, KY, Marian, Tj, Edwin and of course, iSpace Foundation, have worked pretty hard on it. Enjoy our little teaser!

-1 s2017 AUG 12
Comments
A little something from The Grey!

Welcome To The Grey!

We are so excited to bring you The Grey Podcast! It's a great time to be a woman! It's a great to also unload a lot of bullshit! Here, we ask the questions we don't hear on our side of the world, West Africa. Join us as we navigate through stories of personal growth, self-care, love, sex, career and African culture

1 MIN2017 AUG 4
Comments
Welcome To The Grey!
the END
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