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Join us on zoom for Culture Class Community Day on Saturday, October 23rd @ 10am EST ( 3pm BST/ 3pm WAT).  Come kick it with Nosa and friends of the podcast. Register here.

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The podcast will be three years old next month and we are super excited.  Having amazing listeners, interacting with people from different cultures and putting out 150 episodes is worth celebrating.  Here are five ways you can participate …

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Hey guys.  Really appreciate all the love and support so far.  Happy to announce that there are now new ways to support the podcast. - Paid subscription on Apple Podcasts - Paid subscription on Spotify (Anchor) - PayPal Donations - Cre…

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Hey there.  Glad you've chosen to come on the podcast.  We will be conducting a virtual recording.  I know this may sound intimidating but trust me, its not.  We want to make sure your time and effort on the pod is maximized by p…

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People of Culture is about rewriting the African narrative through fashion, style, music, and art. We seek to project a positive image of Africa and reshape the attitude and bias of how Africa is portrayed by the western world.  We do this…

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Jan. 1, 2021

Welcome to 2021

Wishing all or listeners a happy new yearand a successful 2021. May the best of your today be the worst of your tommorrow.  

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Dec. 1, 2020

Happy Anniversary

Yay.  Our podcast is 2 years old today. The first episode of the podcast was published in 2018.  Here's to many more years of podcasting, exploring world cultures, networking and building that damn podcast network.

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In light of our 100 epsiodes, here are 40 facts about the podcast.  Enjoy: 1.  First Recording Location- American University's School of Communication (Washington DC)2.  First Published Episode- Dec 1, 20183.  Highest Downloaded…

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Nov. 16, 2020

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 was a graduate sstudent when he started the podcast with his then co-host Tongwa Akanji Aka. It's…

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Nov. 2, 2020

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 entire Hispanic community.  Muchas gracias.

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