Episode from the podcastThe Unsullied with Oreka Godis

Oluseyi Awolesi

Released Wednesday, 26th August 2020
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https://twitter.com/SeyiAwolesi (Oluseyi Awolesi) is truly a https://cerebralcausality.wordpress.com/ (Poster Boy for God's love).
He is a Design Architect with a varied project portfolio of over 23 years experience within numerous design sectors. He provides design-led intelligent solutions to projects in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
As an Events Creator, https://www.horniman.ac.uk/story/nigeria60-then-an… (Curator), Artist manager and Director with 14 years’ experience within the music, art, https://www.horniman.ac.uk/story/nigeria60-no-vern… (poetry), artist development, music video and photography and creative sectors, Seyi has worked on numerous events providing exciting and interesting narratives that bring commentary and empower change.
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**Important Disclaimer from start to 00:01:20**
The Sage origin story: (00:07:35)
The Life and Times of an Architect (00:09:58)
The black mirror teaches responsibility (00:16:27)
Cerebral Causality is a dish. Odikwa risky: (00:19:16)
**TRIGGER WARNING** skip 00:20:14 to 00:45:44 to avoid hearing conversations about non-consensual interactions.
On Hitch, Chris Rock and informed decisions (00:45:45)
A series of one-thing moments, and clawing out of the sunken place (00:55:08)
Today, you are going to be solution-focused, not problem oriented. A mantra (01:09:00)
Prayer is meditation. Meditation is prayer (01:15:23)
What’s in a name? On the tradition of divination and worship (01:18:46)
Em-ba-rras-sing. (01:24:07)
Must read (01:24:46)
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The Unsullied Book Club
https://www.instagram.com/seyi_awolesi/ (Seyi )recommends:
What Money Can't Buy: The Moral Limits of Markets by Michael J. Sandel. Available on https://amzn.to/2EkQ0zM (Amazon) and https://apple.co/31tHeYV (Apple Books).
Consider Phlebas by Iain M. Banks. Available on https://amzn.to/2QopHL8 (Amazon) and https://apple.co/3ljPItp (Apple Books).
Join Seyi as he leads ‘Then and Now’ - a https://www.horniman.ac.uk/project/nigeria60/ (www.horniman.ac.uk) conversation with prominent Nigerian thinkers, historians Amanda Kirby Okoye and Emeka Keazor, poet Yomi Sode, and ASIRI Magazine - in September 2020.
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Nigerian organisations to send donations and support to:
https://eie.ng/about-page/ (Enough is Enough)
https://www.girlsnotbrides.org/ (Girls not Brides)
https://standtoendrape.org/ (Stand to End Rape)
https://theconsentworkshop.com/ (The Consent Workshop)
https://theinitiativeforequalrights.org/ (TIERS)
https://warifng.org/about-warif/ (Warif Foundation)
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Noteworthy social media accounts:
https://twitter.com/End2ChildAbuse (End Child Abuse) - campaign to end abuse, sexual exploitation & domestic trafficking of children. With a focus on girls forced into underaged ‘marriage’
https://twitter.com/EVA_Nigeria (Eva Nigeria) - work to improve the quality of life for vulnerable children
https://twitter.com/HerfessionsApp (Herfessions) - an anonymous, online peer-peer support group for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault
Lagos State https://twitter.com/DSVRT (Domestic & Sexual Violence Response Team)
https://twitter.com/wapalagos (Lagos State Ministry of Women Affairs & Poverty Alleviation) 
https://twitter.com/PoliceNG (The Nigerian Police Force)
https://twitter.com/MirabelCentreNG (Mirabel Center) - free professional service for survivors of rape & sexual assault
https://twitter.com/womenadvocate (Women Advocate) - provide pro bono legal services for victims of gender based violence & other womens rights abuse.
https://twitter.com/UN_Women (UN Women) - for gender equality & women's empowerment
https://twitter.com/UNICEF_Nigeria (UNICEF Nigeria) - promote the rights & well-being of every child
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1h 30m 45s
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