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My Ghost

My Ghost

2022-02-2516:50

In this episode, we’ve collaborated with Logan February and turned their essay into an audio short story. We first heard the Nigerian non-binary poet and songwriter Logan February read this essay during AfroQueer’s online festival in 2020. It's a beautiful, intriguing and very personal piece of writing that explores one of their queer experiences in Nigeria. And explores the experience of being ghosted. This excerpt is called My Ghost, adapted from their work - THE MANIA OF QUEER DESIRE: IN PRAISE OF FEVER RAY’S PLUNGE - and it’s read by Kenzy Nna-Udosen. The music in this episode is Fever Ray's album Plunge. This episode was produced by Penny Dale and Selly Thiam. Written by Penny Dale and narrated by Kenny Nna-Udoosen. Sound editing by Mercy Barno and Tevin Sudi. AfroQueer is executive produced by Selly Thiam and is a production of AQ Studios. Our theme song is Pawa by Maia and the big sky. AfroQueer is supported by The Wellspring Philanthropic fund and The Ford Foundation.  
In this episode, we feature a feed drop trade with a podcast we really love, S***hole Country, an audio memoir set in Ghana during the 2017 holiday season. It's produced Radiotopia presents, a podcast feed debuting limited-run, artist-owned series from new and original voices. The narrator Afia, a middle-aged woman living in California, has spent the past few weeks visiting her family in Ghana. She’s wrestling with a major life decision: should she leave America and accept her parents’ offer of a home in Accra? Something big is keeping her from saying yes. And in this episode, she finally shares what it is. You can listen to S***hole Country episodes in podcast directories or at radiotopiapresents.fm and follow @radiotopia on all social media platforms to discover more shows from their network. S***hole Country is written, narrated, and sound designed by Afia Kaakyire, and produced by Afia and Mark Pagán. Julie Shapiro and Audrey Mardavich are executive producers. Cover art by Sindiso Nyoni, and the theme song, “Home,” is by Ria Boss. Follow them on Instagram @radiotopia and Twitter @radiotopia  AfroQueer is a production of AQ Studios, executive produced by Selly Thiam, and produced by Penny Dale. Tevin Sudi and Mercy Barno are our sound editors and Rachel Wamoto is our social media manager. Our theme song is Pawa by Maia and the big sky. AfroQueer is supported by The Wellspring Philanthropic fund and The Ford Foundation.  
Shivanah‘s Story

Shivanah‘s Story

2021-11-2925:53

In 2019, a young lesbian singer-songwriter from Uganda was struggling financially after breaking up with her partner of 6 years. With a child to support, Shivanah was desperate to make ends meet. And so when a former backup dancer told her that an agent could get her work performing in a club in Dubai, she jumped at the chance. This is truly a story of survival. A warning: in some parts, the details are graphic and troubling. Thank you to Shivanah for sharing her story and music, Sophie Otiende for the role played by her and everyone at Azadi in helping Shivanah escape the traffickers and reintegrate into society. Azadi is a survivor-led organization that offers long-term support and capacity development to survivors of human trafficking. To learn more about the Azadi, click here.   This episode was produced by Penny Dale and Selly Thiam. Written by Penny Dale. Sound editing by Mercy Barno and Tevin Sudi. Rachel Wamoto is our social media manager.  AfroQueer is executive produced by Selly Thiam and is a production of AQ Studios. Our theme song is Pawa by Maia and the big sky. AfroQueer is supported by The Wellspring Philanthropic fund and The Ford Foundation.
Over the past few years, African films - documentaries, features, and animations - have started to attract international attention and are being celebrated by audiences abroad. But at home they are causing a stir in a different way - and they are running into trouble with film classification and censorship boards. Many LGBTQ films have been banned. This episode goes behind the scenes of groundbreaking films made in two of Africa’s biggest film-making countries - Nigeria and Kenya. This episode was written and produced by Penny Dale, with input from Maeve Frances and Aida Holly-Nambi. Selly Thiam is our executive producer, Rachel Wamoto our social media manager, and Tevin Sudi our audio editor. AfroQueer Podcast is produced by AQ Studios and Edited on Hindenburg Systems.    Engage with us :   Instagram: www.instagram.com/afroqueerpodcast/ Twitter: twitter.com/Afroqueerpod Youtube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCnaXCpXBwxmp44Ch-zqUGFw Website: afroqueerpodcast.com Patreon: www.patreon.com/afroqueerpodcast  
Ghana 21

Ghana 21

2021-10-1325:37

2021 has been a really rough year for Ghana’s LGBTQI people. Police raided and shut down a queer community center in Accra; 21 people attending a paralegal workshop in the city of Ho were arrested and locked up for 21 days before the case was dropped; and eight MPs have come up with draft legislation that, if adopted, makes it a crime just to be queer or a queer ally. But the LGBT community are fighting back - with a #KilltheBill campaign Edem Robby, a Ghanaian filmmaker, reports on what’s been happening and why - and, in a rare interview, she sits down with some of the so-called Ho 21 to hear the horrifying story of their arrests.   This episode was reported by Edem Robby. Produced and written by Penny Dale. Our Story Editor is Kerry Donahue.   AfroQueer is executive Produced by Selly Thiam   Rachel Wamoto is our social media manager, Tevin Sudi, and Mercy Barno are our audio editors. Listen to Human being (Just like you) by Wanlov The Kubolor here.   Optionally, listen to the episode on these streaming sites :   Soundcloud:soundcloud.com/afroqueerpodcast/tracks iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/afro…er/id1411257149 Chartable: chartable.com/podcasts/afroqueer Spotify: open.spotify.com/show/6ZHmsTo9TgL…84RQyHZsRM6B4U9Q   Engage with us :   Instagram: www.instagram.com/afroqueerpodcast/ Twitter: twitter.com/Afroqueerpod Youtube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCnaXCpXBwxmp44Ch-zqUGFw Website: afroqueerpodcast.com Patreon: www.patreon.com/afroqueerpodcast    
Paula‘s House

Paula‘s House

2021-09-2722:07

In 2008, after moving to the port city of Kisumu in western Kenya, Paula Abuor decided to open up her house to other LGBTQ people. Meeting in bars and parks was just too risky - and, as one of Kenya’s LGBTQ ‘elders’, she really wanted young Kenyans setting out on their queer journeys to have a safe space where they could be themselves, embraced by love when their families and friends wouldn’t accept them. That’s how Annette Atieno found herself there - when she was outed by a relative and her mum sent her away from the family home in Nairobi to Kisumu.  Annette takes us on a poignant journey to meet Paula and other people from that era. In doing so, we delve into an important chapter in Kenya’s LGBTQ history - and Annette reflects on the role Paula and her Kisumu house played in her own queer journey. We are proud to have partnered on this episode with Africa Writes 2021 festival. Africa Writes is the Royal African Society’s literature festival. Each festival showcases established and emerging talent from the African continent and its diaspora in what is now the UK’s biggest celebration of contemporary African writing taking place over an exciting weekend at the British Library. The festival features book launches, readings, author appearances, panel discussions, youth and children’s workshops, and other activities. Learn more on www.africawrites.org AfroQueer Podcast is produced by AQ Studios and Edited on Hindenburg Systems. This episode was reported by Annette Atieno and Tevin Sudi. Produced by Penny Dale with assistance from Annette Atieno. Written by Penny Dale. Our Story Editor is Kerry Donahue.   AfroQueer is executive Produced by Selly Thiam Rachel Wamoto is our social media manager and Tevin Sudi is our audio editor. Engage with us on- Instagram: www.instagram.com/afroqueerpodcast/ Twitter: twitter.com/Afroqueerpod Youtube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCnaXCpXBwxmp44Ch-zqUGFw Website: www.afroqueerpodcast.com Patreon: www.patreon.com/afroqueerpodcast Listen to AfroQueer Podcast here: Soundcloud:soundcloud.com/afroqueerpodcast/tracks iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/afro…er/id1411257149 Chartable: chartable.com/podcasts/afroqueer Spotify: open.spotify.com/show/6ZHmsTo9TgL…84RQyHZsRM6B4U9Q
Our Husband, The King

Our Husband, The King

2020-09-1727:521

The year is 1884. The Kingdom of Buganda has a new King, Kabaka Mwanga II. He is a teenager and everybody’s talking about him, his sexuality, and the young men in his court. Religions are being introduced to the Kingdom, and the British are keeping a watchful eye. This is a story of murder, colonialism and Christianity, and the last pre-colonial King of Buganda. AfroQueer Podcast is produced by AQ Studios and Edited on Hindenburg Systems. AfroQueer is produced by Selly Thiam, Aida Holly-Nambi and Maeve Frances. Amelie Bertholet Yengo is our associate producer. Rachel Wamoto is our social media manager and Tevin Sudi is our audio editor. Engage with us on- Instagram: www.instagram.com/afroqueerpodcast/ Twitter: twitter.com/Afroqueerpod Youtube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCnaXCpXBwxmp44Ch-zqUGFw Website:afroqueerpodcast.com Patreon: www.patreon.com/afroqueerpodcast Listen to AfroQueer Podcast here: Soundcloud:soundcloud.com/afroqueerpodcast/tracks iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/afro…er/id1411257149 Chartable: chartable.com/podcasts/afroqueer Spotify: open.spotify.com/show/6ZHmsTo9TgL…84RQyHZsRM6B4U9Q
Choices

Choices

2020-09-0325:16

In 2016 two women meet and fall in love, online. They live on different continents, and the choices they make will bring them together or force them apart. This is a story about truth and lies, and what happens when everything unravels. This episode features music from Tetu Shani and Jumadi. Click the links below to listen. https://soundcloud.com/tetushani/we-know https://soundcloud.com/atienoz/iwala-wala AfroQueer Podcast is produced by None on Record at AQ Studios and Edited on Hindenburg Systems. This episode was reported by Rachel Wamoto and Maeve Frances. AfroQueer is produced by Selly Thiam, Aida Holly-Nambi and Maeve Frances. Amelie Bertholet Yengo is our associate producer. Rachel Wamoto is our social media manager and Tevin Sudi is our audio editor. Engage with us on- Instagram: www.instagram.com/afroqueerpodcast/ Twitter: twitter.com/Afroqueerpod Youtube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCnaXCpXBwxmp44Ch-zqUGFw Website:afroqueerpodcast.com Patreon: www.patreon.com/afroqueerpodcast Listen to AfroQueer Podcast here: Soundcloud:soundcloud.com/afroqueerpodcast/tracks iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/afro…er/id1411257149 Chartable: chartable.com/podcasts/afroqueer Spotify: open.spotify.com/show/6ZHmsTo9TgL…84RQyHZsRM6B4U9Q
I Am a Homosexual, Mum

I Am a Homosexual, Mum

2020-07-2117:58

Coming out to a parent can be tough. In this episode AfroQueer shares a slice of queer African fiction, to bring you courage. You'll hear Kevin Mwachiro read 'I am a homosexual, Mum' a short story by the late Kenyan author Binyavanga Wainaina. Listen in as Aida Holly-Nambi speaks with Kevin on the impact Binyavanga had on his life, and what this story did for queer Kenyans. AfroQueer Podcast is produced by None on Record at AQ Studios and Edited on Hindenburg Systems. This episode was produced by Aida Holly-Nambi, Selly Thiam and Maeve Frances. Amelie Bertholet Yengo is our associate producer. Rachel Wamoto is our social media manager and Tevin Sudi is our audio editor. Engage with us on- Instagram: www.instagram.com/afroqueerpodcast/ Twitter: twitter.com/Afroqueerpod Youtube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCnaXCpXBwxmp44Ch-zqUGFw Website:afroqueerpodcast.com Patreon: www.patreon.com/afroqueerpodcast Listen to AfroQueer Podcast here: Soundcloud:soundcloud.com/afroqueerpodcast/tracks iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/afro…er/id1411257149 Chartable: chartable.com/podcasts/afroqueer Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6ZHmsTo9TgLHE2yyK63y61?si=AHmMtX84RQyHZsRM6B4U9Q
One Night In Marrakech

One Night In Marrakech

2020-07-0727:251

One night in Marrakech, a woman called Manal crashes her car, and when the police are called to the scene, they do everything but help her. In this episode, we take you to Morocco and introduce you to two Moroccan trans women, one trying to find her community and one who - inexplicably - vilifies it. This is a story about how celebrity, online influencers, and transphobia collide, one night in Marrakech. AfroQueer Podcast is produced by None on Record at AQ Studios and Edited on Hindenburg Systems. This episode was produced and reported by Amelie Bertholet Yengo. Produced by Selly Thiam, Maeve Frances, and Aida Holly- Nambi. Sound editing by Tevin Sudi. Rachel Wamoto is our social media manager. Engage with us on- Instagram: www.instagram.com/afroqueerpodcast/ Twitter: twitter.com/Afroqueerpod Youtube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCnaXCpXBwxmp44Ch-zqUGFw Website:afroqueerpodcast.com Patreon: www.patreon.com/afroqueerpodcast Listen to AfroQueer Podcast here: Soundcloud:soundcloud.com/afroqueerpodcast/tracks iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/afro…er/id1411257149 Chartable: chartable.com/podcasts/afroqueer Spotify:open.spotify.com/show/6ZHmsTo9TgL…iiQzmt1B3dsw7RRQ
In this episode, we tell you a bit about why we do what we do! We are excited to bring you this rebroadcast from an interview with our host, Selly Thiam, on the podcast HowSound. HowSound tells the backstory to great audio storytelling, and in this episode, Rob Rosenthal interviews Selly and does a deep-dive into some of our favorite episodes. We'll also give you an update on season three! Set your calendars for more stories from Queer Africa. AfroQueer Podcast is produced by None on Record at AQ Studios and Edited on Hindenburg Systems. This episode was produced by HowSound, Selly Thiam, Maeve Frances, and Aida Holly- Nambi. Sound editing by Tevin Sudi. For more on audio storytelling, you can find all the episodes of HowSound at Transom.org. Engage with us on- Instagram: www.instagram.com/afroqueerpodcast/ Twitter: twitter.com/Afroqueerpod Youtube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCnaXCpXBwxmp44Ch-zqUGFw Website:afroqueerpodcast.com Patreon: www.patreon.com/afroqueerpodcast Listen to AfroQueer Podcast here: Soundcloud:soundcloud.com/afroqueerpodcast/tracks iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/afro…er/id1411257149 Chartable: chartable.com/podcasts/afroqueer Spotify:open.spotify.com/show/6ZHmsTo9TgL…iiQzmt1B3dsw7RRQ
How Are You Doing?

How Are You Doing?

2020-05-1425:48

We are back! In this episode, we investigate how the Ugandan government has been using fear around the pandemic to target the LGBTQ community. We ask, in Sweden, are immigrants and people of color more at risk? We hear from our community in West Africa on how COVID is affecting their lives and their work. And we go to Boston where we speak with one of AfroQueer’s favourite couples about how self-quarantine can affect your relationship. And we check in with our listeners from all over the world. We wanted to ask… How are YOU doing? This episode was reported by Selly Thiam, Aida Holly-Nambi and Amelie Bertholet Yengo. Produced by Selly Thiam, Maeve Frances, Aida Holly-Nambi and associate producer Amelie Bertholet Yengo. Sound editing by Tevin Sudi. Rachel Wamoto is AfroQueer's social media manager. Engage with us on- Instagram: www.instagram.com/afroqueerpodcast/ Twitter: twitter.com/Afroqueerpod Youtube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCnaXCpXBwxmp44Ch-zqUGFw Website:afroqueerpodcast.com Patreon: www.patreon.com/afroqueerpodcast Listen to Season 2 here: Soundcloud:soundcloud.com/afroqueerpodcast/tracks iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/afro…er/id1411257149 Chartable: chartable.com/podcasts/afroqueer
AfroQueer Live

AfroQueer Live

2019-12-1122:17

“Closets are for clothes.” Yet we say that a queer person who hasn’t come out is in the proverbial closet. In this episode, we share African coming out stories entrusted to us. This is the high we all need as we go on break. Do share your coming out stories with us in the comment section. :) AfroQueer Podcast is produced by None on Record at AQ Studios and Edited on Hindenburg Systems. This episode was produced by Rachel Wamoto, who is also AfroQueer's social media manager, Selly Thiam, Maeve Frances and Aida Holly- Nambi. Sound editing by Tevin Sudi. Thank you to our storytellers Kevin, Jabari and Solomon and all our listeners who sent in amazing comments. Engage with us on- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/afroqueerpodcast/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Afroqueerpod Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnaXCpXBwxmp44Ch-zqUGFw Website:afroqueerpodcast.com Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/afroqueerpodcast Listen to Season 2 here: Soundcloud:https://soundcloud.com/afroqueerpodcast/tracks iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/afroqueer/id1411257149 Chartable: https://chartable.com/podcasts/afroqueer Spotify:https://open.spotify.com/show/6ZHmsTo9TgLHE2yyK63y61?si=knTzYViiQzmt1B3dsw7RRQ
A queer woman named K travels to visit family in Somalia. After a few weeks, she disappears. Her friends back home in Minneapolis feared the worst and set out to find her and bring her home. This is an episode about friendship, acceptance, and hope when all seems lost. AfroQueer Podcast is produced by None on Record at AQ Studios and Edited on Hindenburg Systems. This episode was reported by Selly Thiam. Produced by Selly Thiam, Maeve Frances and Aida Holly-Nambi. Sound editing by Tevin Sudi. Rachel Wamoto is AfroQueer's social media manager. Engage with us on- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/afroqueerpodcast/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Afroqueerpod Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnaXCpXBwxmp44Ch-zqUGFw Website:afroqueerpodcast.com Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/afroqueerpodcast Listen to Season 2 here: Soundcloud:https://soundcloud.com/afroqueerpodcast/tracks iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/afroqueer/id1411257149 Chartable: https://chartable.com/podcasts/afroqueer Spotify:https://open.spotify.com/show/6ZHmsTo9TgLHE2yyK63y61?si=knTzYViiQzmt1B3dsw7RRQ Further Reading: https://www.opendemocracy.net/en/5050/anti-lgbtiq-conversion-therapy-occurs-worldwide-new-study-reveals/ https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-43066082
Dakan

Dakan

2019-11-0724:11

It all began with a call for pitches on the AfroQueer social media pages which turned into a full-blown quest to find the filmmaker behind one of the first feature-length LGBTQI films ever made in West Africa. We found the filmmaker, Mohammed Camara and talked about his film, Dakan. This episode was reported by SellyThiam and Maimouna Jallow. Produced by Selly Thiam, Maeve Frances and Aida Holly-Nambi, assistant producers were Serubiri Moses and Amelie Bertholete Yengo. Sound editing by Tevin Sudi. Rachel Wamoto is AfroQueer's social media manager. AfroQueer Podcast is produced by None on Record at AQ Studios and Edited on Hindenburg Systems. Engage with us on- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/afroqueerpodcast/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Afroqueerpod Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnaXCpXBwxmp44Ch-zqUGFw Website:afroqueerpodcast.com Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/afroqueerpodcast Listen to Season 2 here: Soundcloud:https://soundcloud.com/afroqueerpodcast/tracks iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/afroqueer/id1411257149 Chartable: https://chartable.com/podcasts/afroqueer Further Reading: https://www.liberation.fr/cahier-special/1997/05/16/cannes-camara-camera-sans-tabou-cet-acteur-realisateur-reve-d-une-comedie-musicale-dakan-de-mohamed-_205407 https://www.backstage.com/uk/magazine/article/why-lgbt-representation-in-theatre-film-tv-is-still-so-important-68498/ https://www.jstor.org/stable/525399?seq=1#page_scan_tab_contents
Gibson

Gibson

2019-10-2426:35

Ostracized by his family in Uganda for being gay, a lonely Gibson leaves for Kenya after he survives an attempted acid attack. After arriving in Nairobi, he is sent to Kakuma Refugee Camp where he comes up with a bold plan to host the first ever Gay Pride Event at a refugee camp. Here is how it went... AfroQueer Podcast is produced by None on Record at AQ Studios and Edited on Hindenburg Systems. This episode was reported by Aida Holly-Nambi, produced by Selly Thiam, Aida Holly-Nambi and Maeve Frances, with assistance from Rachel Wamoto, who is also AfroQueer's social media manager. Sound design by Tevin Sudi. Additional research by Brian Nature Raymond. Engage with us on- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/afroqueerpodcast/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Afroqueerpod Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnaXCpXBwxmp44Ch-zqUGFw Website:afroqueerpodcast.com Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/afroqueerpodcast Listen to Season 2 here: Soundcloud:https://soundcloud.com/afroqueerpodcast/tracks iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/afroqueer/id1411257149 Chartable: https://chartable.com/podcasts/afroqueer Further Reading: https://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-48703112 https://www.patheos.com/blogs/mercynotsacrifice/2019/03/05/testimony-from-a-queer-african-christian/ https://www.reuters.com/article/us-kenya-lgbt-refugees/a-precarious-haven-africas-lgbt-refugees-teeter-on-the-brink-in-kenya-idUSKCN1N5205
How To Raise a Woman

How To Raise a Woman

2019-10-1021:031

Tshepho Ricki Kgositau is a well known name in the global LGBTQ+ activism community. What many people don't know is that she started her activism at a young age. In this episode we journey with her through her experience of gender transitioning that led to her finally living fully in her true identity. AfroQueer Podcast is produced by None on Record at AQ Studios and Edited on Hindenburg Systems. This episode was reported by Rachel Wamoto, who is also AfroQueer's social media manager, and Selly Thiam, produced by Selly Thiam, Aida Holly-Nambi and Maeve Frances. Sound design by Tevin Sudi. Engage with us on- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/afroqueerpodcast/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Afroqueerpod Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnaXCpXBwxmp44Ch-zqUGFw Website:afroqueerpodcast.com Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/afroqueerpodcast Find Ricki on social: Twitter: https://twitter.com/rickikgositau?lang=en Listen to Season 2 here: Soundcloud:https://soundcloud.com/afroqueerpodcast/tracks iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/afroqueer/id1411257149 Chartable: https://chartable.com/podcasts/afroqueer Further Reading: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-botswana-lgbt/botswana-court-orders-government-to-recognize-transgender-woman-as-female-idUSKBN1E623G https://www.huffpost.com/entry/how-to-support-a-loved-one-who-is-transitioning_n_5b2bf196e4b00295f15a9213 http://www.revelandriot.com/resources/trans-health/
Sex Test

Sex Test

2019-09-2622:501

What happens when our own truths are subjected to constant medical tests and public scrutiny? Female athletes singled out for sex testing and the unnecessary testosterone therapy stay defiant and we love it! This episode was reported by Aida Holly-Nambi and Selly Thiam. Produced by Selly Thiam, Aida Holly-Nambi and Maeve Frances. Sound design by Tevin Sudi. Rachel Wamoto is AfroQueer's social media manager.
We’re back! Season 2 of AfroQueer drops on September 26th and we’re excited to bring you great stories from around the world. These stories will make you smile, cry, sigh and give you insight into the lives of our guests. Here’s a sneak peek into what we have in store. Engage with us on- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/afroqueerpodcast/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Afroqueerpod Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnaXCpXBwxmp44Ch-zqUGFw Website:afroqueerpodcast.com Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/afroqueerpodcast Listen to Season 2 here: Soundcloud:https://soundcloud.com/afroqueerpodcast/tracks iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/afroqueer/id1411257149 Chartable: https://chartable.com/podcasts/afroqueer Further Reading: http://www.newnownext.com/queer-africa-afroqueer-podcast/03/2019/ AfroQueer Podcast is produced by AQ Studios
On Friday May 24 the High Court of Kenya ruled on repealing laws that criminalize homosexuality in Kenya. In this episode host Selly Thiam investigates where these laws came from and why Kenyan activists and lawyers are fighting harder than ever to get them struck down. This episode was produced and edited by Selly Thiam, Aida Holly-Nambi, Maeve Frances and Maimouna Jallow. Rachel Wamoto is AfroQueer's social media manager.
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Andrea D

This podcast is so good! Great job!

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