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Ep 122- Michigan Valley (w/ Rodney Gainous Jr)
Rodney Gainous Jr is an African-American technology entrepreneur, engineer, and author who made over $200,000 from his early coding project in high school. In 2016, Rodney sold everything and moved to Silicon Valley to pursue his career as a Software Engineer. Raised to believe that anything is possible, “I can’t” has never been a part of his vocabulary. He talks to Culture Class about his journey in the tech industry and his latest cybersecurity startup; SAFE.
Ep 121- The Burning Man (w/ Nine Johnson)
Nine has been a burner for almost a decade. He shares his experience going to the annual Nevada festival focused on community, art, self-expression, and self-reliance.
Ep 120- Talking Mental Health (w/ Nine Johnson)
Nine is a performance anxiety coach, mental health advocate and a practical spirituality teacher. We talk trauma and therapy in this episode about mental health.
Ep 119- Yoka (w/ Juvelly)
Juvelly is an artiste from Congo Brazzaville.
Ep 118- Girl from the Heat- (w/ Anavee)
Anavee speaks on her Mexican American culture, experience growing up in shelters, why she got into music and how she plans on performing at Coachella someday.
Ep 117- Love In Disgrace (w/ Grace Ní Dhonnchú)
Grace talks about her conservative Irish heritage, why she moved and the struggles of being polyamorous.
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!
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!
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!