Christabel Nsiah-Buadi | KCET
In my spare time, I can be found playing R'nB hits from the 60-90's (don't hate), discovering new musical discoveries, and harassing my cats, Diggers and Moko.
My audio series Home, From Home has been described as 'pathbreaking new media for a vast potential audience that is all too often treated with shortcuts and generalities', Home, from Home celebrates African Diaspora pop culture through interviews with artists and cultural pioneers. Past guests include Roy Ayers, Melvin Van Peebles, Afro fusion singer and designer Wunmi and Jazz singer Somi. For more information, visit www.hfhshow.com
Post date: 2011-12-06T07:32:52-08:00
The African Diaspora In The Art of Miguel Covarrubias
Post date: 2011-11-03T03:10:26-07:00
Home, From Home loves the culture beat, but when I was recently given a chance to talk to Kenya's Consul General, Ambassador Dr. Wenwa Akinyi Odinga Oranga, I couldn't pass it up.
Post date: 2011-10-31T07:41:57-07:00
Our guest this week is Nicole D. Sconiers, the author of a new book, called Escape from Beckyville: Tales of Race, Hair and Rage.
Post date: 2011-09-16T03:30:56-07:00
Journalist Christabel Nsiah-Buadi talks to the Godfather of Independent Cinema, Melvin Van Peebles.
Post date: 2011-07-11T04:23:24-07:00
What is an "Afropean?" Singers Helene and Celia Fussart, also known as Les Nubians, explain.
Post date: 2011-06-23T05:56:39-07:00
Have you ever been told that you don't sound the way you look?