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In a previous episode, we discussed upward mobility for neo-African diasporans. Many neo-African diasporans were brought up to believe traditional schooling was a ticket to success. Getting an education is something that is engrained in their psyche. In today’s episode: We discuss how current models of education/schooling are outdated and do not ad…
 
In this episode of the Neo African Diaspora podcast, we discuss immigration as a pathway towards upward mobility for African immigrants moving to the West. While African immigrants in the West do quite well, not everyone is successful. We explore the different stages in the immigration journey and the factors that influence success at each stage. W…
 
In this episode of the Neo African Diaspora podcast, we debate whether African immigrant women in the Western world do better than men. Among neo-African diasporans, there exists a notion that women tend to do better than men in the western world. There is a widely-held belief that African immigrant women acculturate faster and have more upward soc…
 
As we continue the journey of the Neo African Diaspora podcast, we reflect on a common mentality among neo-African diasporans where we assume that even though we have settled in the West as immigrants, we will eventually move back to Africa. While some people will eventually move back, signs are that majority of us will live more permanently in the…
 
In this episode of the Neo African Diaspora podcast, we explore the topic of immigrant integration to understand: What immigrant integration entails and the various forms of acculturation The merits of integration compared to assimilation How immigrants experience and display various forms of acculturation Factors that enable or hinder immigrant in…
 
In this episode of the Neo African Diaspora podcast, we are joined by Peter Kirechu, a fellow African immigrant, as we explore the phenomenon of immigrant transnationalism including: What transnationalism looks like for neo-African diasporans Why transnationalism matters for various stakeholders Implications of the contributions from transnational …
 
In this mini-episode of the neo-African diaspora podcast, we reflect on relationships among African immigrants from different countries with fellow neo-African diasporans from Rwanda and Cameroon. Key points include: · The innate ability we have as Africans to recognize each other · Importance of being intentional in getting to know someone · Hidde…
 
In our second episode, we explore the degree to which African immigrants living in Western countries are able to exercise solidarity across lines of national origin and come together to address common goals. Discussion points include: Why social cohesion and solidarity among immigrants matters Ways in which communities of neo-African diasporans com…
 
African immigrants are dispersed across the world. On Neo African Diaspora, we focus on a specific proportion of this population, African immigrants who have settled in Western countries. In this bonus clip, we take a moment to explain why this particular group is special to us. The Western world includes majority-white countries in Europe and Nort…
 
In this first episode of the Neo African Diaspora podcast, we introduce the concept behind the podcast and explore different angles including: The growing population and stature of African immigrants in Western countries Distinct definition of neo-African diasporan as a population Where African immigrants in Western countries come from Reasons for …
 
The term African diaspora is broadly used to describe people of African descent living outside of the continent. However, there is an emergent class within the broader Africa diaspora made up of African immigrants who have settled in Western countries. The population of African immigrants living in Western countries has grown tremendously in the la…
 
Today Kibathi is saying goodbye….for now. The ADC has been going strong and growing for a year, educating and entertaining its audience every week but it is time to take a break, regroup and refocus for season 2. Today Kibathi is reminiscing about his favorite shows and guests over the past year, he explains what is to come for the ADC and wants to…
 
Today Kibathi is joined by Rev Dr Andre Bennett to discuss the young men of the ADC community. Migrating from Jamaica to USA 13 years ago Andre has been faced with much adversity and is still faced with it today, today he shares his story while he and Kibathi talk about the current issues that face the young African American men in the community su…
 
Today Kibathi is joined by Beverly MA mayoral candidate Dr Esther Ngotho and her campaign manager Rev Dr Andre Bennett. A native of Kenya, she has a doctorate of public health, a Master of Arts in emergency and disaster management, a Bachelor of Science in nursing, and a Bachelor of Education in business administration. Esther has served on the Bev…
 
Today Kibathi is joined by Henry Mahuka Esikumo, a 22-year-old ADC entrepreneur. Together they discuss Henry’s choice to take a very nontraditional route straight out of college by starting his own business. Henry moved to the US in 2009, graduated from UMass Amherst in spring of 2020 with a bachelor’s in biology, he was supposed to study for Denta…
 
Today Kibathi is once again talking with Mary Muchina a true fighter and survivor against domestic abuse. On part 3 today Mary shares her story of escape, her journey from the motherland to USA and she also shares her current passion project, which is to create a community of support for African women who have experienced domestic abuse. Contact Ma…
 
Today Kibathi is still talking with Mary Muchina a true fighter and survivor of domestic abuse. In part 2 today Mary shares more of her story. Marrying into domestic abuse, suffering multiple miscarriages at the hands of her husband and the events that lead to her finally saying enough is enough. Contact Mary at: Email: transition@coachkabura.com W…
 
Today Kibathi is joined by Mary Muchina a true fighter. Mary has faced much abuse and many hardships throughout her life and has overcome it all. She joins us today to share her story and to speak out about these serious issues that are so often swept under the rug in African culture. She is a true inspiration and a beacon of hope for women everywh…
 
Today Kibathi is still joined by Ann “The Official Ann” and her mother Magdalene Njuguna Kamau. In this episode Ann delves deeper into her story and experiences living the “Glamourous Hip-Hop Lifestyle”, how its not at all like it looks from the outside and how it almost killed her. She also explains her current battle to get her daughter Jayla bac…
 
Today Kibathi is joined by Ann “The Official Ann” and her mother Magdalene Njuguna Kamau, they are here to talk about a very important and sensitive topic, Domestic Violence, they share their stories and experiences and tell of how they escaped this horrible situation known as DV. They are also seeking help to bring Ann’s daughter home and explain …
 
Today Kibathi is joined by Andrew Kibe, a “Shock Jock” presenter on “Rogue Radio”, together they discuss Andrew’s journey from the ministry into the role of shock jock. Check Out Andrew and Rogue Radio: Website: https://rogueradio.live/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/AndrewKibeSpeaks/ IG: https://www.instagram.com/kibeandy/?hl=en Twitter: https://twi…
 
Today Kibathi is joined by Andrew Musingo Otieno, together they are discussing Migrating from the Diaspora back to the Motherland. What are the Benefits/ Challenges? Corporate jobs vs Business ventures? How do I prepare for that Migration? What is the success rate of that transition? What does the future hold? #MovingBackToAfrica #Migration #ADC #I…
 
Today Kibathi is joined by Sam Yanka. Sam along with his wife Debbie own and run a Primerica Financial Services business, Sam is the SVP and is going to educate us on Financial Literacy. How Does Money Work? What Is Debt? How Do I Get Out of Debt? What is the Rule of 72? How do I plan financially for college? #FinancialLiteracy #PrimericaFinancialS…
 
On today’s show Kibathi is interviewing former mayor and current Lawrence Mayoral candidate William Lantigua, they are talking about the upcoming election, the controversy surrounding the former mayor and what the people can expect from Lantigua if he wins the election again. Help Willie with the election: https://williamlantigua.com/ #Elections #W…
 
In honor of Father’s Day this week Kibathi is joined by his daughter Vanessa, his friend Duncan and Duncan’s two daughters Meggan and Leslie. Together they will talk ADC family, father daughter relationships, they share some good memories and they share some good advice for all fathers out there. #ADCFathers #FathersDay #ADC #Immigration #UnitedPod…
 
Today Kibathi is joined by Sasha Seraphine Wambui wa Mbote, the 37yo Tour Guide that almost broke the internet with a single photo. The photo was of Sasha and Kenyan politician Raila Odinga. What was just an innocent fan photo has turned Sasha into the subject of cyber bullying and has turned her life upside down. On the flip side Sasha is know to …
 
Is Funeral Insurance Something You Should Consider? Today Kibathi is being joined by Lawrence Muraya to discuss Funeral Insurance, planning for your passing and how to avoid leaving your family in debt or even worse left to try and raise money for funeral expenses. What Kind of Plans and Packages are available? How Much do they cost? Who can be cov…
 
Today Kibathi is joined by four members of the graduating class of 2021, including his own daughter Vanessa Kibathi, George Kubai, Meggan Mwangi and Abigael Maina. Together they discuss their journey so far, the trials and tribulations of collegeand and what is next for them. They also share some great advise for ADC parents, their children and the…
 
Today Kibathi is MAD!, addressing a variety of issues from WhatsApp groups to Contractors, Delivery guys to Vaccinations, Family members 254 and even a random Annoying guy at a bar. Do we need to invest in life insurance? Why can’t people respect our time? Why Don't Contractors Show up when they say they will? Why do we hear from certain people in …
 
Today Kibathi is joined by Jane Kiguru, Social worker Isabella Gitau, Sarah Kagacha and David Mundia for part 2 of this sensitive topic, the Death of a loved one. Weather it is a child, parent, sibling or partner death can affect us all in different ways. Today they continue the discussion about grief, the effects of losing a parent, the deaths of …
 
Today Kibathi is joined by Jane Kiguru, Social worker Isabella Gitau and Sarah Kagacha to tackle a sensitive topic, the Death of a loved one. Weather it is a child, parent, sibling or partner death can affect us all in different ways. Today they discuss the different aspects of losing someone, dealing with grief and what resources are available to …
 
In light of the Guilty verdict handed down to George Floyds murderer last Tuesday and the 9 minutes and 29 seconds Floyd spent with the officers knee on his neck, Kibathi delivers a powerful 9:29 monologue honoring the fallen and calls for the injustice to stop. #GeorgeFloyd #BLM #ADC #UnitedPodcastNetwork #Studio21PodcastCafe Follow Us On: YouTube…
 
Today Kibathi is joined by Walu from Homeland Kenya and Crasher Patrick Kiragu from UK (Strathmore Old School) . The discussion centers around crypto currencies 101. #Satoshi​#Crypto​#Bitcoin​#Crypto​ Currency#ADC Follow Us On:YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWnE2e8f2KT8lbsv5ONsJaQFace Face Book: https://www.facebook.com/African-Diaspora-…
 
Today Kibathi is joined by Tony Ngare a KCB Agent from Kenya Commercial Bank and Ralph Kilondu the Co Founder & Secretary of Kenyan USA Diaspora KUD Sacco. together they discuss the differences between large and small banking institutions. How did Saccos come into existence? Did it have anything to do with fighting big bank bureaucracy? What does K…
 
Today Kibathi is joined by Pastor Lucy Paynter from the Glorious Power Church, Pastor Lucy Paynter is the founder and Senior Pastor of Glorious Power Church USA. A missionary trained in Kenya , a sexual assault survivors counselor, mental wealth ambassador and advocate for emotional health.Her purpose is to reach out to the young to understand thei…
 
Kibathi is back again, today he is joined by Emmanuel Owusu, the Co Founder & Executive Director of the African Bridge Network. Emmanuel is going to educate us all on what the network is and what exactly it does. The African Bridge Network aims to create a supportive community that enables African immigrants in Massachusetts to leverage their quali…
 
Today Kibathi is joined by Kamnao from KEMEN (Kenyan Men Empowerment Network) an African Affinity group for men whose slogan is “One Man at a Time”. The group is about to celebrate its 3rd Anniversary and is growing bigger every year. The purpose of KEMEN is to promote the civic welfare of its members. Together they discuss the many different aspec…
 
Today Kibathi is joined by Maureen Njogu from Mahiga homes to discuss Real Estate investing in the Nairobi and surrounding areas, with Mahiga Homes. Who is their target Demographic? How much does a Mahiga home cost? What kind of monthly income do I need to afford one? What do I need to apply for a Mahiga home? What kind of installment plan do they …
 
Today Kibathi is joined by Bob Mwiti from the Kenya Airlift Program, together they discuss the inner workings of the program which focuses on getting Kenyan kids to USA for a College Education and how without the program there may never have been a President Obama. Check out the program at: http://www.kenyaairliftprogram.com How Does the Program Ge…
 
Today Kibathi is joined once again via zoom by immigration lawyer Lawrence Gatei, together they are discussing President Bidens Immigration reform. What will the new policies be? What are the new proposals going to be? What is the U.S. Citizen act of 2020? Is immigration going to be easier or harder? Is Family Based Immigration going to change? Wil…
 
On todays show Kibathi is joined by family friend Mark, who was raised in an African household here in USA. Together they discuss Marks experiences and his advice for ADC parents raising their kids in USA culture. Are we being too hard on them? Is it time to move on from the “Old Ways”? How can we be better for them? Can we integrate African and US…
 
On todays show Kibathi talks with Wanjiru Nganga about the ABC(A Better Chance) a fantastic program focused on substantially increasing the number of well-educated young people of color who are capable of assuming positions of responsibility and leadership in American society.Wanjiru shares her experience with the program after her daughter was acc…
 
Today Kibathi is joined by Alan J. McMillan to discuss the benefits of having a well thought out collegiate plan to ensure a successful future. Bio: Alan J. McMillan www.LearnEarnRetire.com Alan J. McMillan is the Founder of LearnEarnRetire, the informational resource for students and early employees (usually 18-24 year old’s) transitioning from ca…
 
This week Kibathi is joined by Jeremy Awori long time U.S. resident who recently migrated to Toronto Canada. Kibathi and Jeremy discuss the process, benefits and lifestyle of the Great White North. The African Diaspora Connects is a proud member of the United Podcast Network and is recorded live at the Studio 21 Podcast Cafe.…
 
This week, Kibathi is joined by his life long friend and Forest Grove Middle School teacher, Anne Amon. Kibathi and Anne discuss the struggles for students immigrating to America, how Anne got her start as a teacher in America, and how Covid-19 has impacted her students. African Diaspora Connects is a proud member of the United Podcast Network and …
 
This week, Kibathi is joined by Beth Hale and Mercy Anampiu to talk about the Covid-19 Vaccine. Beth and Mercy tell Kibathi everything that you need to know about the vaccine, dealing with a positive diagnosis, and what this new strain means for the population. Beth Hale is the Vice President Patient Care Services/Chief Nursing Officer at both Elli…
 
This week, Sam Njenga fills in for Kibathi. Sam details all that you need to know when filing your taxes in 2021. This year is going to be very confusing for American tax payers, but thankfully tax professionals, like Sam, are here to help you through this difficult process. For more information contact Sam Njenga Business Services in Waltham, 781-…
 
This week, Kibathi Gaturu chats with Anne Lilian about her personal struggles with Lupus, how it has affected her family, what is being done to treat this disease, and the amazing work she does to help Africans treat lupus. For more information visit: sclad-awareness.com Or you can email scladawareness@gmail.com African Diaspora Connects is a proud…
 
This week, Kibathi Gaturu sits down with Lawrence Gatei, an immigration lawyer. Kibathi and Lawrence discuss some of the crucial elements of immigrating to the US and what the steps are you need to overcome. African Diaspora Connects is a proud member of the United Podcast Network and is recorded live at the Studio 21 Podcast Cafe.…
 
This week, Kibathi is joined by Clifford Oluoch. Kibathi and Clifford discuss the amazing work being done by Clifford and his outstanding team to combat homelessness in Nairobi. African Diaspora Connects is a proud member of the United Podcast Network and is recorded live at the Studio 21 Podcast Cafe.…
 
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