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
- Hidden benefits of building relationships with African immigrants from other countries
This episode was recorded in the summer of 2021 during the Cicada season in North East US. As a result, we had a unique background symphony which we hope you won’t find too distracting. Learn more about cicadas at https://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/what-are-cicadas-180975009/
Call to action – Do you have any close friends who are African immigrants like you but from a different country? If so, visit our website www.neoafricandiaspora.com and share with us what that relationship means for you.
Special thanks to our special guests Dr. Assumpta Mukabutera and Roger Ngong
Credits: Music by Hikari School of Music
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