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In today's episode my guest and I discuss women in business and some of the core reasons why women, in particular black women, African women and women of Afro heritage are limited in the business and entrepreneurial world. My guest is Rehana Malik-Mbanga, the CEO of Stimbok Corporation. She is a serial social entrepreneur whose business model is founded on social sustainability and to helping women business owners start up and successfully run their businesses. Stimbok has projects and initiatives in different parts of Africa where they are supporting women entrepreneurs thrive in their business ventures.  Rehana is also an activist and is passionate about supporting women of afro-heritage achieve their full potential. She is the founder of Women Talk Africa in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada and runs a blog called Embracing the plus size me. For more about Stimbok corporation and it's work, visit, www.stimbok.com. If you enjoy today's episode, subscribe to the podcast and follow the podcast on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter @UnRealTalkPod and leave us your comments and feedback.  --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/unfilteredrealtalk/message
In today's episode, my guest, Dami Ochang of Dami-Fierce Clothing, shares her journey to becoming a fashion designer in Alberta, Canada. Dami discusses some of the challenges she faced on her journey, how she overcame the challenges and offers advice and tips to prioritizing pursuing your dreams. For more information about Dami or her clothing line, visit, www.damifierce.com or on Facebook, Dami-Fierce Clothing | Facebook To support the podcast, subscribe, rate, like and leave a comment on the podcast where you listen and on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter @UnRealTalkPod. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/unfilteredrealtalk/message
In today's episode, my guest, Sharon Obiye and I, talk about new year resolutions and why we feel it is a fad. We discuss integrating a lifestyle of goal setting and planning instead of resolutions, the importance of tailoring goals to individual unique needs, and the need to regularly review goals to adjust to changing priorities and needs. Sharon emphasizes the need to roll over goals that are not accomplished to the next year rather than setting new goals or making new resolutions each new year. Also discussed in this episode are: types of goals, timeline for goals, and tips for low budget self-care routines. Sharon is a returning guest. If you enjoy today's episode, subscribe and rate the podcast wherever you listen. Also follow the podcast on social media @UnRealTalkPod and share your feedback. Show contribution and collaboration, email unfilteredrealtalk@gmail.com. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/unfilteredrealtalk/message
The recap provides a quick summary of the top 5 most downloaded episodes of the season and highlights the top 10 countries and cities tuning in to listen. If you have not checked out the podcast, this season recap episode offers a very good feel for the show.  Thank you for tuning in. We would love to hear from so leave a rating on Spotify, Apple or wherever you listen to the podcast. Follow the podcast on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter @UnRealTalkIje. The podcast is also available on YouTube. Don't forget to share what you enjoyed about the episode by leaving a comment and like as well as sharing the podcast. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/unfilteredrealtalk/message
In today's episode, my guest and I sit down for a real talk on racism and parenting black children in the diaspora. My guest is Christina Monfort,  a mother of two children who were elite athletes in their high school and college years. The conversation highlights the first-hand experiences of my guest in the 80s and 90s in Canada and that of her children in more recent times. We discuss the many contributions of black people in Canadian history and identify how government systems, in particular the Canadian education system can leverage these contributions in classroom discussions and curriculum. Also in our conversation are tips for parenting and preparing black children for life in the diaspora, which is based on my guest's personal experience. This episode is loaded with tools and information for parenting young black children and offers different insights into dealing with racism, cultural identification and more.  If you enjoy today's episode, send us your feedback, rate and share the podcast with your friends and family. Doing so allows us to continue to do the important work of raising awareness on various issues.  Follow the podcast on Facebook and Instagram @UnfilteredRealTalkPodcast and on Twitter @RealTalk_Ije. Feedback and contributions may also be sent by email to unfilteredrealtalk@gmail.com. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/unfilteredrealtalk/message
In today's episode, my guest and I discuss systemic racism in Canadian health  care system and the impacts on the health of black immigrants. My guest is Dr. Bukola Salami, an associate professor at the Faculty of Nursing, University of Alberta in Canada. Our conversation identifies the core reasons for declining immigrant health after years of immigration into Canada, and the impacts of systemic racism on the health of immigrants. We also identify policy measures and key practical solutions for government institutions in Canada to utilize in addressing systemic racism in the health care system.    Dr. Salami's research and expertise focuses on policies and practices shaping migrant health. She has led research in the areas of well-being of temporary foreign workers, mental health of immigrant adults, mental health of immigrant children, as well as mental health of African, Black, and Caribbean youths. Dr. Salami has been recognized for her community engagement work to improve immigrant health. She has received several awards for research excellence and community engagement including 100 Accomplished Black Women in Canada; Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing Emerging Nurse Researcher of the Year Award. If you enjoy today's episode, subscribe to the podcast and leave a rating in the podcast. Join  the podcast community on Instagram and Facebook @UnfilteredRealTalkPodcast, and on Twitter @RealTalk_Ije. Don't forget to share, like, comment and let us know what you enjoyed about the episode. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/unfilteredrealtalk/message
In this episode, my guest, Dr. Temitope Oriola returns to the show to discuss the complexities of addressing police misconduct. We discuss the impact of police organizational culture - us versus them mentality, historical, social cultural and political context, systemic racism, disciplinary action strategies including Dr. Oriola's Kill and Go method, and Three Strikes method, and the costs and burden of police misconduct. Dr. Oriola is a renowned and award winning researcher and teacher, an author, and a frequent contributor to media interviews and expert opinion. His research focuses on policing and the use of force by police, transnational crimes, terrorism studies, resource conflict, political violence and social movements. Publications from his research appear in leading scholarly journals on police brutality, human trafficking, terrorism and more. He is also the joint Editor-in-Chief of African Security journal and the president of the Canadian Association of African Studies (CAAS). If you enjoy the episode, subscribe, rate the podcast, share and leave a comment. Follow on Facebook and Instagram @UnfilteredRealTalk. Follow on Twitter @ RealTalk_Ije --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/unfilteredrealtalk/message
In today's episode, my guests are two Nigerian youth living in Canada, Adewale and Eskay. We sit down to discuss the way forward for Nigeria following the #EndSARS protest which is now a social movement. They outline action items for policy makers, leaders and citizens to reform Nigeria and we share our personal experiences with SARS (Special Anti-Robbery Squad), which has been disbanded and replaced SWAT.  Eskay is a corrections officer and lends practical solutions based on his professional experience in corrections. Adewale is the host and founder of the African Wahala YouTube Channel and has several video publications on African issues related to politics, economic development and overall progress for average citizens.  If you enjoy the episode, subscribe to the podcast and give us a rating. Follow the podcast on social media and leave a comment or feedback, and don't forget to share the podcast with your family and friends.  Show contribution and sponsorship may also be provided by email to unfilteredrealtalk@gmail.com. Link to some of the media stories discussed in today's episode are below: Nigeria's Huge Dangote Refinery Project: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-nigeria-dangote-refinery-idUSKCN1UY27N Kano Governor caught on video accepting bribe: http://saharareporters.com/2020/08/29/governor-ganduje-kano-should-be-sentenced-death-collecting-bribe-%E2%80%94aisha-yesufu First Lady of Nigeria, Aisha Buhari in Dubai for daughter's delivery: http://saharareporters.com/2020/10/24/exclusive-aisha-buhari-jets-out-dubai-delivery-daughter-zahra-agitation-against-police Nigeria's current national debt a record high: https://allafrica.com/stories/202007230603.html Nigeria borrows money to fund 2020 budget: https://guardian.ng/news/nigeria-to-borrow-n1-59-trillion-to-fund-2020-budget/ V1weOeBzH6hF3bd5255s --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/unfilteredrealtalk/message
In today's episode my guests, Chinyere Ugwu and Chikere Asogwa return to the show to discuss the aftermath of the #EndSARS protest and the way forward for Nigeria. We also address the recent outburst by Nigerian actor and politician, Desmond Elliot, outlining real solutions for change beyond police brutality and how the Nigeria youth and leaders can work together for immediate and effective change. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/unfilteredrealtalk/message
In today's episode my guests, two Nigerian youth, Chinyere Ugwu and Chikere Asogwa, discuss the #EndSARS protest and the tragic Lekki Tollgate shooting that occurred in Lagos state on October 20th. My guests live in Nigeria and share their experiences of the protest, debunking untruths and correcting the false narrative about protesters. Follow the podcast on Facebook and Instagram at Unfiltered Real Talk Podcast. Follow on Twitter at RealTalk_Ije. Subscribe and listen on all major podcast platforms including on YouTube.  We would love to hear from you about the podcast so leave your feedback and rating directly on the podcast and also leave a comment on social media. You may also contact us by email at unfilteredrealtalk@gmail.com with your contribution or sponsorship. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/unfilteredrealtalk/message
In today's episode my guest, Monica Kunzekweguta, takes us through her gripping and courageous journey of escaping kidnapping and child marriage in Zimbabwe. Monica is an author, publisher, speaker and life coach. She has written and published a number of books including Silent Strength, which narrates her story while offering tools for overcoming many of life's most difficult challenges. Her book, Silent Strength and others are available on Amazon.ca. Silent Strength: Gaining Resilience and Triumph Through Life's Challengeshttps://amzn.to/37zYFu9 If you have not subscribed, find the podcast on all major listening platforms and on YouTube. Link to listen: https://linktr.ee/unfilteredrealtalk. Don't forget to leave us a rating and feedback in the podcast. Follow us on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter at Unfiltered Real Talk Podcast, and leave us a comment with what you enjoyed in today's episode. Remember to share the podcast with your friends and family and support us in raising awareness and having  more conversations on many critical issues impacting women and girls. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/unfilteredrealtalk/message
October is domestic violence awareness month. In today's episode, my guest, a mental health practitioner and co-pastor, Deborah Emmanuel-Ighodaro  continues the conversation on emotional abuse, addressing how certain biblical teachings perpetuate abuse in homes. Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast so you never miss an episode. Follow the podcast on YouTube, Instagram, Facebook and Twitter: Unfiltered Real Talk Podcast, like it and leave a comment or feedback of what you learned. Share the podcast with your family and friends to continue to raise awareness on critical life issues. Listen on all major podcast platforms https://linktr.ee/unfilteredrealtalk You can also leave a rating at  https://ratethispodcast.com/realtalk --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/unfilteredrealtalk/message
October is domestic violence awareness month. In today's episode, my guest, Deborah Emmanuel-Ighodaro, a Clinical Social Worker comes back to the show to discuss emotional abuse. We discuss why one may be vulnerable to emotional abuse, the impacts and how to heal from the trauma. Deborah is a Clinical Lead Consultant at Frankincense Consulting Service and the founder of a non-profit organization supporting women and girls in their recovery journey. If you are a victim of abuse or know someone who is and needs help, please reach out to a resource near you. If you would like to reach out to our guest for supports, counselling or referral, please see her contact in the website below. Remember, abuse is never your fault, you are loved and lovable. Please reach out when you are ready to someone you trust. Let us do better; challenge yourself today to reach out to others, support someone, share kindness and spread love each and every single day. For show contribution or sponsorship, email unfilteredrealtalk@gmail.com. We are on social media, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter , follow us at Unfiltered Real Talk Podcast; reach out to us with your feedback and comments and let us know what you enjoyed about the podcast. Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast on Spotify, Apple podcast or wherever else you listen.Links and Resources:Frankincense Consulting Service: https://frankincenseconsulting.com/ Not4gotten: https://not4gotten.org/ Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) studies: https://www.albertafamilywellness.org/what-we-know/aces Supports in Alberta: https://www.alberta.ca/family-violence-find-supports.aspx Supports in Canada: https://www.canada.ca/en/department-national-defence/campaigns/covid-19/domestic-violence.html Episode is Live Published: Oct. 11, 2020 @ 6PM Edit Unpublish Add a Transcript Get episode better indexed by search engines. Add Chapter Markers Listeners can tap through & see what’s coming up. Create a Visual Soundbite Best way to share to social media for engagement. Share Episode On FacebookTwitterLinkedIn More Options Email Link to Episode Direct Link to MP3 Embed this ONE Episode --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/unfilteredrealtalk/message
In today's episode, my guest, Deborah Emmanuel-Ighodaro, and I discuss the pattern of domestic violence, the cycle of abuse, it's impacts and how to heal from the trauma of abuse. Deborah is the Lead Clinical Consultant at Frankincense Consulting, the founder of Not4gotten.org, a non-profit organization supporting women and girls heal from abuse and exploitation. She is also a co-pastor in a church in Edmonton, Alberta.  Resources: Find help in Canada: https://endingviolencecanada.org/getting-help-2/ Recognizing Domestic abuse patterns: https://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/adult-health/in-depth/domestic-violence/art-20048397 Domestic violence and COVID-19: https://www.ctvnews.ca/health/coronavirus/advocates-scramble-to-help-domestic-abuse-victims-as-calls-skyrocket-during-covid-19-1.4923109 Family Violence Supports in Alberta: https://www.alberta.ca/family-violence-find-supports.aspx If you are a victim of abuse or know some who is and needs help, please reach out to a resource near you. If you would like to reach out to Deborah Emmanuel-Ighodaro for supports, counselling or a referral, please visit her website, at https://frankincenseconsulting.com/about-us/. Abuse is never your fault, you are loved and lovable. Please reach out when you are ready to someone you trust.  For show contribution or sponsorship, email unfilteredrealtalk@gmail.com. We are on Social Media: @Unfiltered Real Talk Podcast, reach out to us with your feedback and don't forget to subscribe and leave a rating on Spotify, Apple podcast and all major podcast platforms.  --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/unfilteredrealtalk/message
This is the concluding part of my conversation with Dr. 'Tope Oriola, a criminologist and associate professor at the University of Alberta. We discuss how large systems such as government bodies can address violence against women and girls, outlining practical strategies and policy solutions.  Dr. Oriola is a renowned researcher and teacher and is well known for his work on policing and use of force by police, transnational crimes, terrorism studies, political violence, social movement and resource conflict, and has many publications in leading scholarly journals. He contributes regularly to media interviews and expert opinions, and is the recipient of a number of awards including the Governor General of Canada Academic Gold Medal. He is the president of the Canadian Association of African Studies (CAAS) and the joint Editor-in-Chief of African Security journal. For show contribution or sponsorship, send us an email at unfilteredrealtalk@gmail.com.  Find us on Instagram and Facebook at Unfiltered Real Talk Podcast and send us your feedback on the podcast. You may also send us your feedback by voice message at, https://anchor.fm/unfilteredrealtalk/message. Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast on Spotify, Anchor fm, Apple podcast, TuneIn Radio, iHeartRadio, Google Cast and other major podcast platforms. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/unfilteredrealtalk/message
In today's episode, my guest, Dr. 'Tope Oriola, a criminologist and associate professor at the University of Alberta discusses how large systems such as government bodies can address violence against women and girls. We discuss how societal norms, traditions and cultural practices  perpetuate gender inequality and gender-based violence, identifying a range of contributing factors such as poverty, cultural bias, patriarchy, existing laws, government policies, and level of literacy .  Dr. Oriola is a renowned researcher and teacher and is well known for his work on policing and use of force by police, transnational crimes, terrorism studies, political violence, social movement and resource conflict, and has many publications in leading scholarly journals. He contributes regularly to media interviews and expert opinions, and is the recipient of a number of awards including the Governor General of Canada Academic Gold Medal. He is the president of the Canadian Association of African Studies (CAAS) and the joint Editor-in-Chief of African Security journal. The articles mentioned in the episode can be found here: How Police Departments can Identify and Outst Killer Cops: https://theconversation.com/how-police-departments-can-identify-and-oust-killer-cops-140384 Study Finds 23 Million Females Aborted: https://c-fam.org/friday_fax/study-finds-23-million-females-missing-due-sex-selective-abortion/ Revenge Porn Law by Israel:  https://c-fam.org/friday_fax/study-finds-23-million-females-missing-due-sex-selective-abortion/ Nigerian senator marries a 13 year old girl: https://www.aljazeera.com/news/africa/2010/05/2010518858453672.html Mary Slessor: https://humanists.international/2009/12/mary-slessorthe-saviour-of-twins-killed-in-the-name-of-belief/ For show contribution or sponsorship, send us an email at unfilteredrealtalk@gmail.com. Find us on Instagram and Facebook at Unfiltered Real Talk Podcast and send us your feedback on the podcast. You may also send us your feedback by voice message at, https://anchor.fm/unfilteredrealtalk/message. Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast on Spotify, Anchor fm, Apple podcast, TuneIn Radio, iHeartRadio, Google Cast and other major podcast platforms.  --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/unfilteredrealtalk/message
Over the last several weeks, my guest speaker and I have been discussing the prevalence of sexual violence in Africa, in particular Nigeria. In this podcast, we talk about sexual violence from the male perspective, we debunk myths, face realities and identify ways to which we can better support the male victim. Regardless of gender, sexual violence has profound, life-changing and long-term impacts on the victim. It is our hope that after listening to this podcast, you can support the growing movement to raise awareness and put an end to child abuse, child sexual abuse and violence in general.  The articles we discuss in the episode can be found here: 1 in 6 Boys: https://1in6.org/ Sexual Violence amongst Secondary School Students in Nigeria: https://www.actascientific.com/ASPE/pdf/ASPE-03-0224.pdf Debunking Myths and Facing Realities: https://aasas.ca/support-and-information/myths-realities/ For show contribution or sponsorship, send us an email at unfilteredrealtalk@gmail.com. You can also send your contribution by voice message at: https://anchor.fm/unfilteredrealtalk/message Follow us on Facebook and Instagram @Unfiltered Real Talk Podcast. Find us and subscribe on Spotify, Apple Podcast, Stitcher, TuneIn Radio and more. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/unfilteredrealtalk/message
In this episode, my guest speaker and I continue to conversation on sexual violence. We talk about the extreme form of sexual violence, femicide and its prevalence of in South Africa. Sexual violence is a crime and an injustice. It is time we stand up, speak out and fight for the victims and future generation to put an end to sexual violence. Articles we discuss in today's episode can be found here: South's Africa's President's statement: https://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-53040513 Femicide in South Africa: https://www.news24.com/news24/southafrica/news/5-facts-about-femicide-in-south-africa-20190905 Definition of Femicide: https://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/handle/10665/77421/WHO_RHR_12.38_eng.pdf;jsessionid=E2ACBFE7C250794F6E58F00C17DFA570?sequence=1 For show contribution or sponsorship, send us an email at unfilteredrealtalk@gmail.com. You can also send your contribution by voice message at: https://anchor.fm/unfilteredrealtalk/message Follow us on Facebook and Instagram @Unfiltered Real Talk Podcast. Find us and subscribe on Spotify, Apple Podcast, Stitcher, TuneIn Radio and more. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/unfilteredrealtalk/message
As we continue the series on Ending Sexual Violence. My guest speaker and I discuss the issue of child marriage, which is prevalent in a number of African countries. We discuss how child marriage is a form of sexual violence against young girls regardless of cultural norms or customary laws. A child is a child and not bride.  The articles we discuss on this episode can be found here:  Child Protection: https://www.unicef.org/nigeria/child-protection  Effects of Child Marriage: https://www.girlsnotbrides.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/2019-UN-Women-Multi-Country-Analytical-Study-of-Policies-Interventions-Cultural-Practices-on-Child-Marriage-in-Africa.pdf For show contribution or sponsorship, send us an email at unfilteredrealtalk@gmail.com. You can also send your contribution by voice message at: https://anchor.fm/unfilteredrealtalk/message Follow us on Facebook and Instagram @Unfiltered Real Talk Podcast. Find us and subscribe on Spotify, Apple Podcast, Stitcher, TuneIn Radio or wherever you listen to your podcast. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/unfilteredrealtalk/message
In this episode, my guest speaker and I have a candid conversation about the prevalence of childhood sexual abuse and why it is normalized and trivialized in some African societies. We highlight how consent does not apply to minors, and how children cannot consent to intercourse regardless of what they say or do. Children can be at risk of sexual abuse by those close to them including a parent, caregiver,  relatives and/or family member friends. If you are a victim of sexual abuse, please remember that sexual abuse is NOT your fault. Reach out to someone you trust to seek help. Always remember that abuse and violence thrives in the midst of silence. If you see or hear something, please say something. Saying something can save a life. Articles discussed in this episode can be found here: NOIPOLLS Rape Poll Report: https://noi-polls.com/noipolls-rape-poll-report/ Definition of Child Sexual Abuse: https://www.rainn.org/articles/child-sexual-abuse Prevention of Sexual Abuse in Nigeria: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4111066/ Child Protection: https://www.unicef.org/nigeria/child-protection For show contribution or sponsorship, send us an email at unfilteredrealtalk@gmail.com. You can also send your contribution by voice message at: https://anchor.fm/unfilteredrealtalk/message Follow us on Facebook and Instagram @Unfiltered Real Talk Podcast. Find us and subscribe on Spotify, Apple Podcast, Stitcher, TuneIn Radio and more. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/unfilteredrealtalk/message
Our guest speaker and I sit down for a heartfelt conversation and begin our series on Ending sexual violence. Focusing on  the recent wave of sexual violence that has sparked an outrage in Nigeria, we talk about the context of sexual violence, rape culture and the perception of sexual violence as an issue as well as address certain misconception about what constitutes consent. Sexual violence is a difficult and heavy conversation but one that needs to continue to raise awareness, speak up for the voiceless, fight against this injustice and protect our generations.    The definition, statistics and news articles we talk about on this episode can be found here:  Definition and Statistics: https://www.who.int/violence_injury_prevention/violence/world_report/en/FullWRVH.pdf  Sexual Consent: https://www.plannedparenthood.org/learn/relationships/sexual-consent  Media Article - Justice for Uwa: https://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-52868835  Media Article - 12 Year old Girl in Jigawa: https://allafrica.com/stories/202006010123.html  Media Article - 2 Year old Girl in Lagos:  https://www.informationng.com/2020/06/woman-who-called-her-raped-two-year-old-ashawo-loses-custody-of-children-to-lagos-govt.html  For show contribution or sponsorship, send us a message at unfilteredrealtalk@gmail.com.  Send your contribution by voice message at: https://anchor.fm/unfilteredrealtalk/message  Follow us on social media @UnRealTalkIje  Find us and subscribe on Spotify, Apple Podcast, TuneIn Radio or wherever you listen to your podcast. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/unfilteredrealtalk/message
This is an introduction of our upcoming series called Ending Sexual Violence. Sexual violence is an injustice and a crime that is rarely prosecuted in many African countries. The series discusses the rape culture in Nigeria, Femicide in South Africa, and identifies measures to support victims and protect loved ones from perpetrators, and how to support the growing movement to end sexual violence.  For show contribution or sponsorship, contact us at unfilteredrealtalk@gmail.com. You may send your contribution by voice message at https://anchor.fm/unfilteredrealtalk/message.  Follow us on Instagram, Facebook and YouTube at Unfiltered Real Talk Podcast.  Subscribe to listen on Spotify, Apple Podcast or wherever you get your podcasts.  Don't forget to leave us a high rating and feedback. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/unfilteredrealtalk/message
This is an introduction of our new podcast, which highlights everyday issues faced by African women living in Africa and the diaspora. For show contribution or sponsorship, send us an email at unfilteredrealtalk@gmail.com. You can also send your contribution by voice message at: https://anchor.fm/unfilteredrealtalk/message Follow us on Instagram, Facebook and YouTube @Unfiltered Real Talk Podcast. Find us and subscribe on Spotify, Apple Podcast, Stitcher, TuneIn Radio or wherever you get your podcast.  --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/unfilteredrealtalk/message
No fluff, just candid conversations about all facets of Afro-centric experience, with a focus on women. Discussing inequalities, gender based violence, racism, culture, self-development, self-love and more. Find the podcast on Spotify, Apple or wherever you get your podcasts. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/unfilteredrealtalk/message
This is an introduction of our upcoming series called Ending Sexual Violence. Sexual violence is an injustice and a crime that is rarely prosecuted in many African countries. The series discusses the rape culture in Nigeria, Femicide in South Africa, and identifies measures to support victims and protect loved ones from perpetrators, and how to support the growing movement to end sexual violence.  For show contribution or sponsorship, contact us at unfilteredrealtalk@gmail.com. You may send your contribution by voice message at https://anchor.fm/unfilteredrealtalk/message.  Follow us on Instagram, Facebook and YouTube at Unfiltered Real Talk Podcast.  Subscribe to listen on Spotify, Apple Podcast or wherever you get your podcasts.  Don't forget to leave us a high rating and feedback. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/unfilteredrealtalk/message
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Podcast Details

Created by
Ije
Podcast Status
Active
Started
Jul 13th, 2020
Latest Episode
Feb 14th, 2021
Release Period
Daily
Episodes
25
Avg. Episode Length
34 minutes
Explicit
No
Order
Episodic
Language
English
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