Recent Episodes

Ep 101- Once Upon A Time in Refugee Camp (w/ Mohamed Juma)

Nov. 30, 2020

Mohamed is from Sudan but spent 9 years in a Keny…

Bonus Episode- Facts about the Podcast

Nov. 23, 2020

Nosa shares a few facts about Culture Class ; mar…

The 100th Episode !!!

Nov. 16, 2020

Its been a long journey. Thanks to everyone who …

Ep 099- Nick Edition (w/ Nick Cox)

Nov. 9, 2020

Nick was born in the Ukraine to mixed parents but…

Ep 098- Finding Everland (w/ Jonny Jenkins)

Nov. 2, 2020

Jon is building an immersive art and experience l…

Ep 097- Spanglish (Rewind Episode with Nathalie Arfvidson)

Oct. 26, 2020

First published April 2019, Nosa learns about Pup…

Ep 096- #EndSARS

Oct. 19, 2020

Nosa shares his opinion about the ongoing #EndSAR…

Ep 095- Quetzales (w/ Elvis Leone)

Oct. 12, 2020

National Hispanic Heritage Month is Sept 15 - Oct…

Ep 094- Chicana (w/ Elizabeth Gomez)

Oct. 5, 2020

National Hispanic Heritage Month is Sept 15 - Oct…

Recent Blog Posts

Some facts about the Podcast

In light of our 100 epsiodes, here are 40 facts about the podcast.  Enjoy: 1.  First Recording Location- American University's School of Commu…

Celebrating 100 Episodes

Fun Fact:  The very first episode of the podcast was recorded in the School Of Communication at American University (Washington D.C.).  Nosa wa…

Thanks for #HHM

Just giving a quick shout out to everyone who participated in our #HispanicHeritageMonth series.  From our guests to listeners to editors and the en…

About the Host

Nosa Iyare

Nosa was born in Nigeria to a Military family. This saw him move around a lot as a kid; soaking up cultures from different parts of the country. He ended up moving to Washington DC; a hotbed for international cultures in the USA. His curiosity about other cultures led him to start Culture Class while pursuing a graduate degree at American University.