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“How Has Your Culture Shaped You?” Ft. Rakeem Shabazz of Wise the Dome TV! #TeamworkThursdays

Hello All! Today we have another Episode of “How Has Your Culture Shaped You?” Featuring Rakeem Shabazz of Wise the Dome TV! He is a brethren that is very wise and educates us everyday on wisdom related to Hip Hop and the Black Diaspora. His channel features Black/African people from all walks of life that educate on hip hop, politics, spirituality, consciousness, and forward moving thinking for knowledge of self. Rakeem is a 5 Percenter, which you’ll learn more about in the video as well as his journey to get where he is today. Let us celebrate Rakeem, enjoy the video! Make sure to subscribe as well.

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I was featured on Wise The Dome TV! #TeamworkThursdays

Hello All! Last night was so great, another round of Decolonize Your Mind™ webinar series went so well, audience was interactive and it was great! Well, last week I was interviewed by Wise the Dome TV hosted by Rakeem Shabazz, and I loved it! I loved the thoughtful questions,they sharpened me for sure. We talked about the importance of unity in the Global Black Community, the importance of Black women’s confidence during this time, and my experiences that led me to this confidence and unity I have and teach about now! Check it out below, and let me know what you think! Fellow queens will love it for sure. Thank you again Wise the Dome TV!

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Diasporans Making A Difference: #TeamworkThursdays

Hello All! Hope you all are staying warm. The power here on my end has been consistent since late last night so I said let me get back to work on! I see so many new subscribers, welcome! Glad to have you. In case you didn’t know, Teamwork Thursdays is where I feature someone in the Global Black Diaspora who is doing great work to uplift Black people. That means anywhere we are, even in Czechoslovakia!!! Well, if you are in Czechoslovakia, let me know. I featured Tunji Enahoro last week (check it out!), and this week, I want to feature my very first Diasporans Making A Difference interview I did in person on November 10, 2016, although it wasn’t the first! All I had was my cell phone, and we were in a little cafe in DC, but just like the world is doing now, I made it work! Always be proud in everything you do, for doing it. Not because it got 10,000 likes, or even 10, be proud, your work is your work, and every little or big thing we do as Black people in this world will eventually be the stories we tell of how we got to freedom. Jide Ehimika and Stefan Grant started NoirBnB due to a racist enounter they had with AirBnb, as we always do as a people, we make a way for ourselves! Enjoy the interview with Jide Ehimika, below! Be sure to support Jide and NoirBnb as well!


Jide Ehimika of NoirBnb

Jide Ehimika, Co-Founder of NoirBnb, shares the story and inspiration behind NoirBnb. NoirBnb’s Co-Founder, Stefan Grant, used an unfortunate situation of inequality to create a lasting solution that benefits people of the Black Diaspora, and others, all over the world. Together, Jide and Stefan are the perfect example of using our gifts and banding together to overcome inequality and make lasting change in society. They came together to create a platform that allows people of color to travel the world and lodge in safe spaces where they will be treated with dignity and respect. They encourage travel around the world, and in the United States; and they wish to help the Black Diaspora connect through travel! When you enter the NoirBnb website (, it says “Welcome Home”. I felt at home while talking to Jide, and was truly inspired by his story, his inspirations, his successes, and his vision for the future. He has some encouraging words for us, and I encourage us all to support Jide and Stefan on the launch of NoirBnb!

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Enjoy Loves! ❤️

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New Interview! “How Has Your Culture Shaped You” Ft. Tunji Enahoro!!!

Hello All! “How Has Your Culture Shaped You?” is back! Tunji Enahoro, founder of Zethos Media is a photographer, videographer, and content creator. He talks about how his Yoruba culture has shaped him to be where he is today, along with his personal definition of culture, you’re going to love it! He speaks about his view point on his Yoruba culture in relation to other cultures in Nigeria, and his honest, thoughtful view on cross cultural relations. I had such joy speaking to him, he is a strong supporter of DiasporAfri, LLC; and he is currently in Lagos, Nigeria. The power of social media! Tunji is also currently offering a course on videography, check it out!

You can follow Tunji:
Twitter: @ZoeInc_ & @ZethosMedia
IG: @ZoeIncoson
YouTube: Tunji Enahoro

Thank you Tunji!

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