Amina, Netflix and African Women

#Amina #Netflix #Africa

(14:30) Show Start and my Apology to the Left Forum
(20:00) Dr. Nyasha Grayman-Simpson talks Amina, Nigerian Film, Netflix, African Women and Gender
(1:20:50) Not By Myself! A look at Thomas Sowell and Conservative Views of Slavery

Dr. Nyasha Grayman-Simpson is the Henry S Dulaney Professor and Associate Professor of Psychology and Africana Studies. She is also a licensed professional counselor in the state of Maryland, with certifications in grief counseling, trauma, and telemental health. Grayman-Simpson completed her doctorate in Counseling Psychology at New York University, and worked as a full-time elementary school teacher, youth and family program director with the YMCA, and research scientist before joining the professoriate full-time.

Dr. N’Dri Thérèse Assié-Lumumba is the Director of the Institute for African Development (IAD) and Professor of African and African Diaspora education, Comparative and International education, Social institutions, African social history, and the study of Gender, in the Africana Studies and Research Center at Cornell University. She is also a member of other Cornell graduate fields: Education; Global Development (International Development; International Agriculture and Rural Development) and the Cornell Institute of Public Affairs (CIPA). She joined Cornell in 1991, both as a Fulbright Senior Research Fellow and Ford Foundation/Africana Studies Fellow. She served as Director of the Cornell Program on Gender and Global Change (GGC) and Director of Graduate Studies (DGS) of Africana Studies.‘dri-thérèse-assié-lumumba


Jared A. Ball is a Professor of Communication and Africana Studies at Morgan State University in Baltimore, MD. and author of The Myth and Propaganda of Black Buying Power (Palgrave, 2020). Ball is also host of the podcast “iMiXWHATiLiKE!”, co-founder of Black Power Media which can be found at, and his decades of journalism, media, writing, and political work can be found at

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