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A podcast that encourages people to learn from one another. In our class, everyone is a student of life. Let's talk!

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Culture Class Podcast Nosa Iyare

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 18 Ratings

A podcast that encourages people to learn from one another. In our class, everyone is a student of life. Let's talk!

Support, Advertise or Discover more here:
linktr.ee/cultureclasspodcast

Email: cutureclasspodcast@gmail.com

*Disclaimer: The views expressed and products endorsed by our guests on the Culture Class Podcast are not those of the "Culture Class" podcast, its host or any of its affiliates.

    Ep 169- Only Black Girl On Mars (w/ Andrea Afua Kwamya)

    Ep 169- Only Black Girl On Mars (w/ Andrea Afua Kwamya)

    Andrea has spent most of her life trying to reconcile her identity. On this episode she talks about growing up African in America, living in Serbia & being the only Black Girl on Mars. She also talks about the upcoming African Podcaster event PODBREAK

    Friends/Listeners support:
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    • 1 hr 11 min
    Ep 168: The Color of Home Ownership (w/ Dr. Tori Brown)

    Ep 168: The Color of Home Ownership (w/ Dr. Tori Brown)

    Dr. Tori Brown is a multifaceted author, entrepreneur, business developer, and professional strategist. She talks about how people of color can acquire wealth through home ownership.

    • 44 min
    Ep 167- Enoughism (w/ Yugen Bond)

    Ep 167- Enoughism (w/ Yugen Bond)

    Reverend Yugen Bond, reiki master and author of "Enough-ism: This Minimalist Wants More" has a master's in metaphysical sciences. She once thought meditation was boring, had both too much and nothing to wear, and didn't know how to slow down her thoughts. Time to share it with the world, especially with you.

    • 31 min
    Ep 166- Dancing with Bipolar (w/ DawnSherine Bernard)

    Ep 166- Dancing with Bipolar (w/ DawnSherine Bernard)

    DawnSherine was diagnosed with bi-polar disorder after a suicide attempt 17 years ago. She talks about how to manage your mental health living with similar disorders.

    • 31 min
    Ep 165 - Tell Your Own Story (w/ Hana Baba)

    Ep 165 - Tell Your Own Story (w/ Hana Baba)

    Sudanese American Hana Baba is a journalist who talks about the importance of controlling the narrative. She hosts The Stoop on Radiotopia and has her own show Crosscurrent on KALW 91.7fm San Francisco. Hana uses per 'radio powers' to paint the African story with a better brush.

    Her work has won awards by the San Francisco Press Club , the Society of Professional Journalists Northern California, the National Association of Black Journalists- and she was named a Bay Area African Cultural Icon by the California Legislature.

    • 45 min
    Ep 164- Crypto Wars: Faked Deaths & Missing Billions (w/ Erica Stanford)

    Ep 164- Crypto Wars: Faked Deaths & Missing Billions (w/ Erica Stanford)

    Erica runs the UK based Crypto Curry Club. She also lectures on Crypto @ Warwick Business School and has spent years researching Crypto's biggest scams. On this episode, Erica speaks about the darkest elements of crypto; the scams, multi-billion dollar Ponzi schemes, hacks and mysteries.

    Check out Erica's book: Crypto Wars- Faked Deaths, Missing Billions and Industry Disruption

    • 44 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
18 Ratings

18 Ratings

lupitaser ,

LOVE

I am OBSESSED with this concept!! I love being able to hear from other people! I love being able to learn from others and their experiences! Give this podcast a listen, you won’t regret it!

White Label American Podcast ,

Award Winning Right Here

Nosa is a guru at communicating with his guests. You the listener feel the warmth and authenticity in the communications per episode. I also love the diversity of guests and topics discussed. I see an award in it's future. Great stuff!

Ashmaso4 ,

Informative, Funny and Relatable!

I only recently started listening to this podcast, but it is definitely a treasure! Not only is the intro music catchy (that’s hard to find in a sea of podcasts) but the host Nosa does a wonderful job of incorporating a variety of cultures and perspectives into their show, which only adds to the depth of conversation seen with his guests. He is funny, relatable and truly professional—if you’re looking for a new podcast to binge, look no further!

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