As we wrap up women's history month for the year 2022. This episode is a celebration of the diversity and identities of the wonderful women from Episodes 70 to 103. These are only snippets from our conversations, check out the time stamps below for the e...
As we wrap up women's history month for the year 2022. This episode is a celebration of the diversity and identities of the wonderful women from Episodes 70 to 103. These are only snippets from our conversations, check out the time stamps below for the episode number and get the full talk from each episode. Please share with your friends.
Time Stamps: Intro 0:00 - 1:32, Sarah Haruna Moda Ep 70 1:45 - 3:58, Ruksanna Carroll Ep 71 4:17 - 6:55, Josephine Karianjahi Ep 76 7:25 - 12:23, Tawanda Asamaowei Ep 77 12:54 - 15:10, Laudelina Martinez Ep 84 15:38 - 19:36, Marie Valerie Placide Ep 86 20:05 - 22:44, Amaka Abara & Jennifer-Anne Stodel Ep 87 23:21 - 25:44, Busingye Matsiko-Andan aka Busie Ep 91 26:13 -27:50, Moji-Solar Wilson Ep 93 28:36 - 30:55, Fayida Jailler Ep 99 31:18 - 32:56, Safi Lynch Wilson Ep 98 33:35 - 37:00, Ms.Preseeta Ep 101 37:24 - 39:14, Ep 103 Amanda and Rumbi 39:37 - 41:30, Last word : 42:32 - 44:02. That's a Wrap 44:20 - 47:02
Music by Infrared_Krypto
Educator, Activist, Linguist, Travel Curator, and YouTuber
Fayida Jailler is a YouTuber, educator, activist, linguist, and travel curator, specializing in black history content from the global African diaspora. In 2020 she founded ’Freedom Is Mine', a platform dedicated to celebrating the history, culture, and contribution of the African diaspora worldwide. It began as a YouTube channel, specializing in videos about Afrodescendant communities around the world, often in places many people don't know that black communities have existed for centuries. The platform now extends across the social media platforms, delivering daily, global black history content!
Fayida is without a doubt one of my most favorite people of 2021!