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Since the second week of October 2020, Nigerians have taken the streets in protest to demand the end of the Special Anti Robbery Squad (SARS) police unit.  In this podcast we break down the issues with interviews from those on the ground in Nigeria to help paint a picture of the situation. Young Nigerians speak on their experiences with SARS and why they are compelled to fight for change, the problems with the Nigerian Police Force, how SARS affects Nigeria's Queer community, and how you can support from outside the country.  Further reading:  https://endsars.carrd.co/ https://newswirengr.com/2020/10/10/cheta-nwanze-lead-partner-at-sbm-intelligence-writes-about-police-brutality-in-nigeria-endsars/ https://www.zikoko.com/citizen/endsars-how-to-be-an-effective-online-protester/ https://www.zikoko.com/citizen/if-your-parentss-dont-understand-endsars-send-this-to-them/ https://republic.com.ng/october-november-2020/dissolution-of-sars/ Donations: https://feministcoalition2020.com/
To commemorate sixty years of Nigerian independence we created a photo + audio documentary project SIXTY as part of Sort of Nigerian. This project shows a slice of the Nigerian Diaspora in Alberta, their connections to their home and their hopes for the future of Nigeria. To view the full project https://oseremenirete.ca/60-2/
In Episode Six Oseremen flew solo to speak to friend of the pod Femi Jegede from The Flawed Travelers. We touched on the travel blog and the realities of traveling while black, her experience as a first time IJGB in Lagos, moving from Nigeria to Canada and much more. 
Victor and Oseremen got on a zoom call to talk about the Black Lives Matter Movement. The episode touches on the death of George Floyd, Canadian racism, whether Nigerians have the range to talk about race, and the importance of indigenous solidarity within Canada's black lives matter movement. Music By: Fisayo Adefolaju (@theotherthrone) Cover Photo by: Sam Ali (@eyopapi, @aliwiththeshots)
Covid Naija - Sijibomi

Covid Naija - Sijibomi

2020-05-2007:42

In The second episode of our COVID Naija series, Sijibomi, a Business Analyst in Lagos shares her experience of the lockdown and how it has affected her work and personal life.
COVID Naija - Fisayo

COVID Naija - Fisayo

2020-04-1607:09

In the first installation of our COVID Naija series, we speak to Fisayo a 25 year old sound engineer in Lagos and find out how Corona Virus is affecting his life and get a perspective of what it is like in Nigeria from someone on the ground
With sports (and much more) at a standstill due to Corona Virus the guys took a trip down memory lane to discuss Nigeria’s national soccer team, the Super Eagles. The podcast covers favourite moments and players, Efe Sodje’s durags, soul ties with Argentina, and everything in-between (Arsenal Akure anyone?).
On this episode Oseremen flew solo with our guest; stylist, photographer, and athlete Nifemi Ashani. We and spoke about growing up in South Africa, thinking school in Canada was like High School Musical, and how she developed her passion for fashion by breaking uniform rules.
On this episode we spoke with our first ever guest, Nigerian Artist Bariyaa Ipaa about his experience growing up in a refugee camp in Benin Republic, the struggle of the Ogoni people, navigating national and tribal identities, and the importance of learning about Indigenous histories and present as immigrants. 
On this episode Victor and Oseremen go in depth about themselves and their migration journeys up to this point. They discuss what it was like getting to Canada, first winter experiences and much more
Ep. 0.5 - The Intro

Ep. 0.5 - The Intro

2020-04-1408:05

In this short trailer Victor & Dan introduce themselves and the podcast. Shout-out their favourite pastors, and tell a story about that one time Dan tried to organize a protest in Nigeria. 
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