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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Show Notes:

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

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