In 2012, President Barack Obama honored Nunu Kidane as a “Champion of Change”. Kidane, who is the executive director of San Francisco Bay Area-based Priority Africa Network, talks about her unconventional journey as an African immigrant advocating for the continent and its people in the Diaspora. Kidane, also speaks about the census, its history and why it is important for Africans to make sure they get a complete count in the 2020 U.S. census.
Episode 27: Meet the Woman Who Has Spent Decades Fighting to Protect Africa’s Image
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Khaboshi is a videographer and currently produces and edits a podcast called Africa Straight Talk. After graduating from San Francisco State University, Khaboshi began working in video production and some of the documentaries she has worked on have been shown at local Bay Area film festivals. After a couple of years, Khaboshi enrolled in Johns Hopkins University and graduated with a Masters in Communications. When not working on the podcast, you will find Khaboshi outdoors hiking, or visiting small towns around California and around the world. -- There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you." --Maya Angelou. View all posts by Khaboshi
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