On this episode, special guest Mr. Mike Abrantie joins the show to discuss his experience as a transnational Ghanaian American creative and how he uses his talents and resources to push the Black culture forward. We also discuss the new emergence of Pan-Africanism, how the Fine Arts have now embraced African Culture, how new creative and producers that are Second-Generation Black immigrants are possibly helping with unifying Black communities. That and more!
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Episode 8- The New Renaissance of African Cultural Exploration
Mike Abrantie is a Ghanaian Chicago native currently based in Los Angeles CA. Known for being a creative pioneer, filmmaker, sound selector, philanthropist, and music contributor. When not making films he is usually working behind the scenes with various international […]