Our Sisters | 005-Part2: Ghanaian “GH” Experience 🇬🇭

…From Canada🇨🇦

MissGo2Girl, aka the SpiceOfAfrica, representing Ghana 🇬🇭-(Part 2)

MissGo2Girl aka the Spice Of Africa representing Ghana – In this second part she explains how she was able to take over this male-dominated industry, her formula to filter opportunities as well as the formation of a strong African entertainment scene in Canada. Let’s get back into her African Experience…

In this part 2,  Ghanaian experience🇬🇭, we’ll discover:

 

  • The values and behaviors that helped her take over the industry!
  • The formation of an African Entertainment Industry in Canada (Toronto, primarily)
  • What’s next for her after these massive accomplishments ?
  • Much more…

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Our Sisters | 005-Part1: Ghanaian “GH” Experience 🇬🇭

…From Canada🇨🇦

MissGo2Girl, aka the SpiceOfAfrica, representing Ghana 🇬🇭-(Part 1)

The co-host of the #1 African entertainment show on commercial radio in Canada – takes us through her journey. From being a regular African girl born in Accra, moved to London, On (Canada) at an early age, to being on top of the African Entertainment industry in Canada. I hope you will learn from it as much as I did! Let’s get into her African Experience…

In this Ghanaian experience🇬🇭, we’ll discover:

 

  • Life growing up in a “small” town in Canada
  • Being from a royal family… really!
  • How to stay connected to your african heritage even thousands of miles away
  • How she got into the Entertainment world
  • Where nicknames came from: Miss2GoGirl and the SpiceofAfrica
  • How she convinced her parents
  • Life as a woman in the African entertainment industry
  • Much more…

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Nos Soeurs | 004: Experience “Z” Congolaise 🇨🇩

   …du Canada🇨🇦

Salut à tous! Mon nom est IceTouch, bienvenue sur Chilling With the Diaspora. Episode  #4 de notre série sur nos soeurs africaines dans la diaspora. Mon invitée aujourd’hui représente la République Démocratique du Congo (ou Zaire, comme je l’appelle affectueusement!). En fait, elle cvient indirectement du Zaire, carétant passée par Bruxelles et Paris, découvrons ensemble son expérience africaine.

Dans cette expérience Z 🇨🇩, voici quelques points que j’ai trouvé particulièrement intéressants:

  • D’origine Congolaise, ayant grandi en France , comment répond-t-elle a “d’où viens tu”? Réponse pas aussi simple.
  • Pourquoi certains préfère être en couple avec quelqu’un d’une autre culture que la leur? Perspective instructive…
  • Avis sur la communauté congolaise en Belgique, France et Canada
  • Eduquer son enfant en France, Canada ou Congo?
  • Pression pour le mariage ?
  • Intéressante vue sur les Baluba
  • Plus encore…

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  • Infos sur le peuple Baluba ici
  • Château rouge, Paris ici
  • Aruba ici

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Our Sisters | 003: Ugandan “UG” Experience 🇺🇬

…From the USA 🇺🇸

“Our sisters” series takes us into the lives of African women in the Diaspora and their experience.
Martha takes us through the Ugandan perspective 🇺🇬, from the streets of Kololo, Muyenga of Kampala to Canada now in Texas, US. We’ll discover her experiences from growing up in UG to be being a mother, a wife in a “mixed African couple” in the US. Let’s get into to her African experience…

 

In this UG experience, we’ll discover:

  • Preservation of our local languages
  • Gender equality in Uganda
  • Succeeding in a “mixed” African couple in the diaspora
  • Educating Africans kids abroad
  • How welcoming Ugandans in UG are, and perhaps why
  • Much more

Martha’s favs songs:

  • Philly Lutaya: “Born in Africa”
  • Eddy Kenzo: “Siya loss”
  • Magnetic: “Radio and Weasal”

 

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  • Idi Amin
  • Mount Saint Mary’s College Namagunga / Greenhill academy
  • Speech card
  • Entebbe airport
  • Kololo, Muyenga – Kampala

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Nos Soeurs | 002: Expérience “Kamer” Camerounaise 🇨🇲

…du Canada🇨🇦

Salut à tous! Mon nom est IceTouch, bienvenue sur Chilling With the Diaspora. La première série de ce podcast sur la diaspora Africaine, j’ai nommé “Nos Soeurs”, en reconnaissance pour nos femmes africaines: mères. soeurs, amoureuses, filles. Dans ce 2e épisode, mon invitée qui représente le 237, vient des rues de Douala au Cameroun et est installée au Canada depuis une quinzaine d’années, découvrons son expérience africaine.

Dans cette expérience Kamer 🇨🇲, voici quelques points que j’ai trouvé particulièrement intéressants:

  • La place important et changeante de la femme dans la société patriarcale Camerounaise
    • Répartition des tâches
  • Le pouvoir de la femme au Québec
  • Elever ses enfants au Canada ou au Cameroun
  • Les différentes façons d’interpreter et gérer ce qu’on appelle un “date”? (rencontre romantique, au Canada)

Kamer

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  • Infos sur Douala ici.
  • Chansons camerounaises favorites de Sam:
    • 1.Charlotte Dipanda: “Soma Loba”
    • 2. Jovi: “Cash”
    • 3.Ntjam Rosie: “Forever Love”

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Our Sisters | 001: Nigerian “Naija” Experience 🇳🇬

…From Canada🇨🇦

Wassup Family!  I named this 1st series “Our sisters” because I wanted to shout out the women in our lives in the diaspora, may they be our mothers, our sisters, our lovers, daughters; as Africans, we know how much they mean to you). Episode 001-big deal! My guest today represents Nigeria “Naija” all day and was born and raised in Canada. She provides an interesting perspective of African women abroad. Let’s get into to her African experience…

In this Naija experience, we’ll discover:

  • The grind and sacrifices her parents went through to allow her a better life
  • Her approach to answering the “where are you from” question. As she was born and raised in Canada
  • How she’s able to help/give back to Naija at her humble level…
    • How is it perceived to give back?
  • Much more

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  • Clothing line: Viktor Reid
  • Ajax, Ont, Canada: Map it

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