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A podcast about Blackness and how (re)connecting back to our native homeland(s) and connecting with our fellow Black people all across the globe, while also benefiting from the land we currently live in, could be good for your lives. As Black people, we have the opportunity to have the best of both worlds, this podcast shows you how and why.
 
A critical but mostly overlooked aspect of both contemporary and historical political violence is the role diaspora communities have played in the planning, organization, financing, and execution of acts of terror. Members of the American Irish, Canadian Sikh, Swiss Tamil and Australian Croat diasporas—to provide just a sample—have all been powerful agents in the terrorist activities perpetrated in the name of their national and religious communities. The Diaspora Politics and Transnational ...
 
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November 30, 2022; today, on Transnational Tankie Talks, we will continue our discussion on Vijay Prashad's Washington Bullets: A History of the CIA, Coups, and Assassinations, a book on imperialist development post World War Two. This is part 2 of a 3 part series.transtankietribune által
 
November 27, 2022; today, on Transnational Tankie Talks, the episode will be going over imperialism especially its modern development in the 21st century. As such we're starting the discussion with Vijay Prashad's Washington Bullets: A History of the CIA, Coups, and Assassinations, a book on imperialist development post World War Two. This will be …
 
November 19, 2022; today, on Transnational Tankie Talks, we'll be breaking the episode into a two parts: first geopolitics then domestic affairs for the US. This episodes will cover Russia and China (per usual) as well as a speed run of ongoing world event ranging from Bolivia & Colombia to Afghanistan and Kazakhstan. Russia related sources: https:…
 
November 7, 2022; Transnational Tankie Talks will cover the midterms (again) to discuss some minor points. Also we're going to share some clips of some antiwar activists. Shorter episode I've been feeling unwell. George Carlin clip: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qxsQ7jJJcEA&t=111s Source for the videos: https://twitter.com/MintPressNews…
 
November 7, 2022; Transnational Tankie Talks will today be covering the midterms one final time as that is tomorrow. We're also going to celebrate the October Revolution, as well as discuss state sanctioned terrorism in the US, and the costs of living in the US. Articles referenced: Police Terrorism: https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/crime/ex-cop-guil…
 
November 5, 2022; Transnational Tankie Talks will today be covering the midterms before we get there (this November 8th). As well as the inadequacies of the Democratic Party, the two party system itself, the Ukraine conflict, and finally China's recent 20th National Congress. Brian Berletic's The New Atlas: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheNewAtlas/fea…
 
This is a part of a theoretical series that'll be coinciding with our weekly updates where we read, analyze, and discuss Marxist theory. Today's reading will be Lenin's essay, "The Three Sources and Three Component Parts of Marxism." Linked here for those who like to read along: https://www.marxists.org/archive/lenin/works/1913/mar/x01.htm…
 
Transnational Tankie Talks' third episode (10/28/22) just before Halloween Next Monday. Our program's weekly update will cover the following: China, & Russia, per usual, as well as the midterm elections, the ongoing recession, climate activists in Europe, and cocaine prices. Sources: Russia: https://mronline.org/2022/10/25/55-of-humanity-does-not-r…
 
The first episode of Transnational Tankie Talks, a communist, antiimperialist program based in the Core of the Empire. Today we'll be covering Iran, Haiti, Russia, China, and other domestic news in the US, ranging from graphic abuses in the prison industrial complex to wholesome celebrations of indigenous people's day.…
 
*SEASON FINALE* This Season has been abbreviate due to some, unforeseen, yet pleasant circumstances.This is the fourth annual episode of the Daddy-Daughter Talk, where Dr. Ibe-Lamberts and his daughter Alicia Adaora, who is now 11 yrs old and a year wiser, have an open, random conversation on the show. The two have a very simple, yet interesting co…
 
On this episode, Dr. Ibe-Lamberts chats with Alex Muhammad and Brandon Sturdivant, 2 of the 3 co-founders of the Mass Liberation Project, to discuss their goal for abolition in the Black community. They also discuss their “Return & Reclaim” project that brings African Americans to Ghana to reclaim their identity. That and more!…
 
On this episode, Dr. Ibe-Lamberts is joined by Anthony and Anton Downing of the Downing Brothers, a duo of Bahamian-American real estate moguls. The brothers share their story on how their journey started, their transnational connection with the Bahamas and how they leverage their expertise to expand their properties in both the U.S. and the Bahama…
 
During the Ramadan Season, Brother Abdoulaye Cisse joined the show discuss the concept of Islam, and how his faith as muslim intersects with his identity and culture as Black Transnational Guinean. He also discusses why it is negatively perceived and his experience with Arab muslims as a Black muslims. Do all muslims need to know Arabic to be true …
 
On this episode, Dr. Ibe-Lamberts visits with Dr. Gerald Onuoha, a Nigerian-American internal physician, who is the creator of the "Everybody vs Racism" movement that has been popular on social media as a result of the George Floyd killing in 2020. They discuss their transnational background and how they can leverage it to create more anti-racist e…
 
As we wrap up Women's History month, we are joined by Ayana Francis, the creator and author of the Travelling Feets Children Book series. She discusses her transnational experiences and ties, immigrating from Trinidad-Tobago to Canada. She also shares her inspiration for creating this company and her books (her nephew Idris) and why she is driven t…
 
Happy International Women's Day! On this episode, we are joined by Onyi Azih, the woman behind the successful motherhood, lifestyle blog, Sincerely Onyi. In addition to practicing Psychiatry as a Physician Assistant, we also discuss her upbringing as a 2nd Gen Nigerian, her passion for wellness, her life as an Autism mom with ADHD and how culture i…
 
On this episode, Dr. Ibe-Lamberts meets with Jeremy Kofi, creator and host of the "The Jeremy Kofi Convo" show/podcast, to talk about his transnational experience. They talk about the importance of having authentic, vulnerable conversations in our community and how constant conversations and exposure can help bridge the gap between African immigran…
 
The collab you’ve been waiting for! Dr. Ibe-Lamberts joins Chi Chi & NG of the Lessons of the Sox Figure Woman Podcast to talk about the challenges for successful professional Black women to find love. Are men intimidated? Scared? Should women be submissive regardless of success? Are arranged marriages cool now? Take a listen to find out!…
 
On this episode. We are joined by filmmaker and creative Dr. Nadia Sasso, representing Sierra Leone, to discuss her documentary “Am I too African to be American, too American to be African?” which tells the story and challenges of the transnational experience. We discuss why the importance the stories of Africans in America need to be told through …
 
On this episode, we are joined by Ghanaian American Mr. Eddie Oppong, an artist, storyteller and fashion designer about his story growing up immigrant, embracing his identity and using his art to create and tell his stories. We talk about how his transnational experiences influenced his latest clothing label "Ye Wo Krom" which means "We're Here!!".…
 
This is the second installment of a special, collaborated miniseries recorded live in collaboration with the PansaPansa Podcast.We continue our a three-part discussion series by featuring the voices of those who are children of African immigrants. Moderated by Dr. Ibe-Lamberts, six speakers representing Ghana, Nigeria, Togo, Liberia, Guinea and Con…
 
This is a special, collaborated episode that was recorded live with PansaPansa Podcast. African Immigrant parents and children need to have a real conversation—a real heart-to-heart that our culture sometimes never permits for whatever reason. A lot of us who grew up in African Immigrant homes (or just immigrant homes in general) have upbringings t…
 
We're BAAACK!! Season4 kicks offs with a recap of Season 3 (0:00 - 7:33), then Dr. Ibe-Lamberts sets the stage for what's to come in Season 4.On this episode, Dr. Ibe-Lamberts discusses the recent emergence of Black, multicultural pride and transnational identities seen more among Black people all over the world even though we are still in the midd…
 
On the final episode of this season, what better way to close it out that with our fan-favorite “Pillow Talk” conversation between Dr. Ibe-Lamberts and his wife Dr. Wanda, which hasn’t happened all season. On this episode we catch up with Dr. Wanda and what’s she’s been up to on her third pregnancy experience. They discuss the vaccine, cultural mis…
 
This is the third annual episode of the Daddy-Daughter Talk, where Dr. Ibe-Lamberts and his daughter Alicia Adaora, who is now 10 yrs old and a year wiser, have an open, random conversation on the show. The two have a very simple, yet interesting conversation about anime, music, makeup, being a big sister, being Black and more! Visit us at www.blac…
 
On this episode, we are joined by Mrs. Niyi Olu-Kuti, creator of the AfriKidz Club—an enterprise committed to promoting the African cultural heritage to children encouraging them to discover and embrace their African identity, and to celebrate their cultural values and traditions. She discusses why it's important to preserve transnational values in…
 
On this episode, Dr. Ibe-Lamberts and Mrs. Abiodun Durojaye, a doctoral candidate, discuss her research work which involves why African and Black immigrants feel the need to change their authentic African name to something more westernized in order to attain success. Does us being able to express our authentic self require a level of privilege? Wha…
 
On this episode, Dr. Ibe-Lamberts visits with Ms. Kemi Seriki, creator of the Pansa Pansa forum dedicated to facilitating intergenerational conversations between Black immigrant parents and their children. She discusses her experience immigrating to the U.S. in 1982 and how she learned to discern the difference between the "Black Experience" and th…
 
On this episode, R&B artist Drey Skonie shares his thoughts about Black masculinity and singing R&B, speaking his truth about social injustice through his music, traveling back to African to reconcile with his roots, and why Black Americans building a relationship with the African continent is not as easy as it sounds. That and more! Visit us at ww…
 
On this episode, Dr. Ibe-Lamberts is joined by Ms. Yinka Rufai, a Weight Loss and Healing Coach, to discuss, wholistic health, wellness, weight loss and discovering your best self. She discusses the cultural influences of body image, spirituality and guiding people, particularly women of color in identifying the appropriate motivating factors for l…
 
On this episode we are joined by entrepreneur and author Francis Castillo who shares with us his story—from being born in Belize to how his Belizean roots inspire the publishing of his book 'Leveling Up". He discusses what it truly means to level up and why Black transnationals must do so in order to better themselves, their community and their eco…
 
On this episode, Dr. Ibe-Lamberts visits for a very casual conversation with Damion Azibuike, co-founder of Abeg Train Me, a fitness company created in 2020 focused on providing personal training and fitness coaching for Black Transnationals. They discuss how the company was developed, and go into detail on why Black businesses struggle from lack o…
 
On this episode, we are joined by Dr. Tomi Ademokun, a public health specialist, global health professional, and host of the Wellness & Wahala Podcast. She discusses issues related to public health, the pandemic in particular; why its important to connect with your Motherland; and why it truly take a strong village to overcome the disparities that …
 
On this episode...things get REAL. Music artist and entrepreneur Nelson Agose aka Blink joins the show to have a heavy conversation with Dr. Ibe-Lamberts about this issues that have divided Black communities on a global scale. We address the tension between Continental Africans or African immigrants and African-Americans, corruption in African, rel…
 
Our roundtable conversation continues on the second edition of our Growing up immigrant miniseries as our guests continue to share stories of their upbringing in their respective immigrant household. They also talk about how the benefits and the downfalls of their upbringing and what traits and lessons from their upbringing would they want to pass …
 
The second installment of our season's miniseries is here! What are some things we all have in common? What are our differences? What are some things we want to change or remove from our culture? This special episode features a whole new set of special guests invited for a roundtable discussion with Dr. Ibe-Lamberts focused on discussing our experi…
 
On this episode, Dr. Ibe-Lamberts is joined by Dr. Msia Kibona Clark, an Associate Professor and Scholar in African studies at Howard University, to discuss her transnational experience growing up as a 1.5 gen Tanzanian American. They discuss her passion for the African feminist movement in hip-hop, cultivating African/Diaspora identities and how a…
 
On this episode, Dr. Ibe-Lamberts visits with Osagyefo Essoen founder and creator of the “Make Africa Home Again” attire and the Akwaaba Experience, a company that focuses on reconnecting Black Americans in the Diaspora back with African, specifically Ghana. We discuss why tourism in Africa is not valued as much by Black people compared to European…
 
On this episode, Dr. Ibe-Lamberts visits with Brother Kudjo El from the Cannanland Moors to learn more about the Moors— a word historically used to describe dark skinned people— and how the Moors are striving to enlighten African Americans who are still lost without a nation to reject the descriptor or Black to identify them. Is "Black" really a pe…
 
On this episode, Dr. Ibe-Lamberts is joined by African Educator and Community Organizer Mr. Abdoulaye Cisse to talk about his organization, Bridging African and Black Americans, also known as BABA. They talk about what inspired the creation of this organization and the importance of developing initiatives and programs that promotes self-sustainabil…
 
On this episode, Dr. Ibe-Lamberts is joined by Ms. Mmekom Udosen, a future Biomedical scientist and Executive Director of a non-profit organization called, Iban Ifiok. First, we learn a little more about an overlooked tribe in Nigeria, the Ibibio people of Akwa Ibom State. We also discuss her upbringing as a transnational Nigerian American in Queen…
 
Our roundtable conversation continues on Growing up immigrant in America as our guests continue to share stories of their upbringing in their respective immigrant household. They also talk about how humanitarian and social justice issues in their native homeland, like the ENDSARS protest, affect them even though they do not live in that country or …
 
Growing up immigrant in America is an interesting experience. What are some things we all have in common? What are our differences? This special episode is the first of our season miniseries where special guests are invited for a roundtable discussion with Dr. Ibe-Lamberts focused on our experiences growing up in an immigrant and/or transnational h…
 
On this episode Dr. Ibe-Lamberts is joined by Dr. Chinyere Osuji, a writer and professor in Sociology, to discuss her transnational experiences growing up in as the oldest daughter of an Igbo household in Chicago, IL.. We discuss how her interest in Hispanic and LatinX culture led her to write and publish her book "Boundaries of Love" which explore…
 
Dr. Ibe-Lamberts is joined by Mr. Temitayo Ade-Oshifogun, an engineer, entrepreneur, and fashion enthusiast, to have a very rich and introspective conversation about his story growing up as a Nigerian-American in Chicago and how he became inspired to fuse his spiritual faith and his love for fashion to develop two companies, Sincerely Ritchurd and …
 
On this episode we are joined by Ms. Vanessa Adebayo, founder of Africa's Mental Health Matters (AMHM) to discuss mental health issues in the African community. We discuss her inspiration for finding AMHM and their mission to serve Black communities in the continent and diaspora in a time where mental health awareness is needed most. That and more!…
 
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