Part 3 concludes the episode on Patriarchy. In this part, we touch on feminism, relationship choices, and the expectations women and men have of each other. We also highlight some of the double standards women may have.
In this episode the all-men’s panel debate what role men play in Nigerian sexism.
In this episode the all-women’s panel debate how/and why they think Nigerian (Igbo) women and men endorse sexist practices. Note: The women on this panel have been born/raised/live in the UK. Their opinions are an expression of their experience as young Igbos of the Diaspora.
Guess the Word Challenge with Nigerians. On in this video, the contestants (with little Igbo) try to translate some Igbo words at Okwu ID’s winter even last year.
In this Episode we link up with our Caribbean cousins (from Barbados and Jamaica) to discuss growing up with each other in London (UK). We discuss the differences within our family structures, expectations and the potential future of people of African decent in the UK.
The panelists join for a SoundCloud exclusive.
In this episode, the panelists discuss the role of Nigerian food in the modern world and whether the food we grew up loving is compatible with the Western lifestyle.
Panelists in order: Chinye, Joe, Chids, Mark, Chimkasi & Precious.
Okwu ID (S2)-Nigerians vs Caribbeans -“I’m not Nigerian, I can’t marry because you’re pregnant” Ep.3
In this Episode, we link up with our Caribbean cousins (from Barbados and Jamaica) to discuss growing up with each other in London UK.