In conversation with Minna Salami: On feminism and ancestry

Cultivating the space to contribute to heritage draws attention to the importance of engaging with ancestry and culture from a critical angle where we can place ourselves in a position to ask questions and explore different perspectives. It is a process that embraces an openness towards tradition and highlights the role that each of us […]

KALENDA | Exploring links between Trinidadian and Angolan Heritage

The second installment of my five part video series offering a glimpse at some of the similarities between elements of Caribbean and African heritage. The second video explores Kalenda, a tradition that is practiced in many parts of the Caribbean. The video focuses on the stick-fighting element which is practiced in Trinidad, and gauging the […]

ABEOKUTA | Exploring links between Jamaican and Nigerian Heritage

The first of a five part video series offering a glimpse at some of the similarities shared between elements of Caribbean and African heritage. The first video features a discussion about a place called Abeokuta nature park in Jamaica, which takes its name from Abeokuta, a city in present-day Nigeria. I share some of my […]

In conversation with Abantu May: On holistic living and ancestry

What does it mean in practice to navigate through life from a space of intention? It is a process which requires time, dialogue with self as well as a establishing a connection to surroundings. From this basis, we leave ourselves better equipped to gauge the interconnectedness of the human experience, which mirrors the interconnectedness of […]

In conversation with Tokunbo Okuwobi: On travel and heritage

Connecting to ancestry through travel offers one way to engage with the past. Having the opportunity to physically encounter the spaces that have shaped societies can facilitate a deeper understanding of heritage. Be it sacred sites or landscapes, each offers a glimpse at gauging key aspects of daily life from communities of the past. Tokunbo […]