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. busy ah, it's so painful to see so many people leave the country now because they just don't be any future here anymore. ah, it's the time in history where we could do it. if we fail, it's us failing, but it's still nice, a lot of energy to go forward. making films against all the rules, creating images that have never existed before highlighting problems. that's what filmmaking is about. for many young people. we've met a lot of them over the years and the another challenge program which always takes
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place at the same time as the burning international film festival. bringing together over $200.00 up and coming filmmakers from all over the world. we caught up with 4 of them again, and partials could come from sir john constantine gall, and christopher own from germany and lebanon. andrew buying a host thing from time to dash as use qu concerns. he wants to make films for his people. we met him in berlin in february, when it was freezing cold. he was visiting from taking a break from the strike. so damn thing in times of dictatorship, you can never be your true self. so you never know what your identity is. so i feel like for us to,
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to become really who we are as people we need this freedom we need to face and we need to be able to play. and i feel like our culture is cinema. is that space for us to play, to try to understand who we are and to show it to ourselves. we 1st met how she was coca in 2016. it was living in the middle of a was own in the new mountains and south saddam participated in the bell and our talents program. after making the award winning documentary beat of the entrance of the film about music. i've been to get ways to learn about the war using music within that music and cause shown daily life and concentrated on people. we actually moved to the new mountains in 2012, as a war raged between the government and ethnic groups fighting for independence and
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the right to that own cultural identity. it was a war for resources, self determination, and over the role of religion. the you scared like you naturally scared everybody around you scared. everybody is running into foxholes. there's a moment when you come out that you want to make sure everybody's ok. there's that moment of fear. but as soon as you notice everybody's ok, then there's that moment of extreme happiness. who's coca? one talk commentary audience award at the 2014 toronto film festival before moving to the new mountains. he had lived in new york, but he gave up his secure existence to support his people. living in brooklyn,
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there had my little fix the bike that i love. and it's an easy life is these fun is very creative. but my work there doesn't matter. wow. the simple thing of being in horror zone, just my presence makes a difference. joey coke. i work as a wall chronicler, organized theater workshops, and set up an artist collective in 2018. he made his 1st fiction film, an anti war comedy. akasha is about up none a soldier and his girlfriend, lena, after they spend the night together, at man gets into trouble when lena becomes jealous with some of the furniture you know, rather than the shopping in from the mill and not the dish. the funny little, you know, i'm to the last year 2
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directors show this home with a small team in an area without running electricity is premier that the 2018 vintage film festival. when we 1st started making the film with the film that we were making for ourselves, we felt we need, we, we had that need for coming together and celebrating. and this is where it's covered from my 1st documentary be said that enough. so with a cash out, we wanted to create a film that had the backdrop of war, but still had enough humour and life. and we're not in questioning of revolution. and when it means that it means a lot to us. and it was amazing that the film actually also ended up in huge festival and went around ah, we met constantine voc and christopher our own when they participated in the 2019 lin, ala talents program that worked together on the international co production katha. now konstantin balkans, editor and christopher own as cinematography cafe. now put the spotlight on people
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fighting for their survival. poor children in the slums that they wrote. like 12 year old zane. that was the moment when you realize that the fiction that we're doing that the reality of surpassing the fiction that we're doing and that made everyone realize how important this fictionalized version that we're creating here is and that these topics do need to be talked about children without childhood to see those goods on the streets everywhere you'd see families also between lanes and on the highway. you're just just ignore them. you just treat them like animals or like ghosts that that don't exist, but they're everywhere. a non professional actors were plucked from the streets and much of the film was shot from them. perspective. it was not much of the story, but the ra, direct and truthful way of telling the story that made the film so exceptional. in
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2018 at one the jury prize at the cannes film festival and in 2019 it was nominated for an oscar. it's easy to blame people, but it's much harder to understand why they act the way that they act. what is wrong with the system that makes them act this way? how were they brought up? ah, we caught up with him again this year, but not together. kevin now may not have one the best foreign film oscar 2 years ago, but the nomination propelled their careers forward and christ of our own one the germans send them a telegraphy a warning. konstantin bark is currently in bay route, conducting research. while christopher is on a flight of tura, they were both invited to join the academy of motion, picture, arts, and sciences after the oscar nomination. the whole experience in l. a. for us,
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with a door open or even beyond the academy, what it meant. first and foremost, and this is very important to us, they are to get to put in the doors that we signed with an amazing agency there. and they set up a lot of meetings and they really encouraged us to, to take that step. and especially for you, chris, i get kids from, from, from across the world at the moment to choose from which, which is what i would have been looking for last summer. he was the cinematographer for the international co production, the man who sold his skin jer, nicea submitted it as its entry for the best foreign film oscar. and it made a short list of 15 films. yeah, this is enough story. peakins in syria. some ali is in love with a b m network. with henry
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and henry. the 2nd one is the way that you can use the revolution will be his own doing literally 100, some down. crossing him to say no one stays behind. mary's diplomats and moved to belgium. will some ever see her again? an artist offers a promising solution, and sam becomes a living canvas. to my soul, i want your back. it should not have started to feel as though she is showing some don don, i like the idea of turning about into the solver than what it means to that person to become abused. and that's going to just blew me away
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with my latest, like i'm exploring you real biting satire can travel around the world and it's going to be live and all this work about bad signature. we had that idea of having each scene look like if they thing and have the be like a gallery or museum you're, you're, you're walking onto and looking at those different pieces of art. so the, so the idea was to have different ah, there was so we created those in the data from each other, but also all of them connectors and i was scared. now my biggest
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thing, this movie was that at the end it turns out like a music video because it's all not because i've seen looking that different a deceitful off world stage in a visually lash fashion. the critically acclaimed film celebrated it's premier at the venice film festival. it also styles, monica bellucci, as cynical gallery owner, gives me this part of the expression, the real what is inside. i almost feel like you guys were sort of like subconsciously inspired by the artist that did this in real life in the he had to the real guy. the work is called tin. he, he turned the human being into a piece of art which inspired us to write the script. and i feel like, yeah, that twisted in this is, is still in how you guys translated that with your visual beauty and the wickedness
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of the group. while christopher own was busy shooting a co production in the summer of 2020 constantine bark was in bay route. on august the 4th 2020 the same day. the 2750 tons of ammonium nitrate exploded in the port. he witnessed the nightmare up close and then the mushroom appeared out of nowhere and then took a few seconds before the shock wave it out. but you know, i think the scariest thing was not knowing what was going on. is that what does this mean? this war or someone attacking or what, what's happening were just so foolish and didn't realize what was going on. i, i say it's john who is to blame for this catastrophe, but many blaine upon petitions and lost faith in the state. the federal
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case that there were 2 minutes to the quick lane than men. young people in particular don't see a few chain by root or lebanon anymore. constantine box, attitudes of video, musician, friends, i think that the fraction really goes beyond the physical destruction had really destroyed something and people in, in our friends or family in their hearts and souls. and that destruction is much, much harder to fix if it's even possible than the physical destruction of
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constantine bunk once to process the imaging interrupted research on a project. and together with a nice woman, is developing the script for botox, a root, a dog satire that takes aim at the widespread corruption in the country. it's a film from the fashioned scene that tries to highlight corruption and methodism behind the beautiful veneer, financial support. but the development of the screen play has already been approved in germany. constantine vol, plans to shoot in day route into if we want to help in any way, if by telling stories from here. and it's also by making a film here and employing our friends in the, in the film industry and like, you know, bringing, there's so much talent here. so the best thing we can do is make something here and shoot, ah ah
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ah, there's young and they are carrying that that will not come to me. made in bangladesh town the story of shima as things truce working in a factory. an accident occurs, a colleague dies, and shima realizes how defenseless the work is on. but i'm going to talk to someone to talk to somebody about this other guy that's going to be the only the women can help
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themselves. you know, quite a piece of furniture and if you will call it a double thing that they should act must be the case full provoking statements by the activist. same same and fuels. seamus, anger. she decides to form a union. it's based on a true story that seems truth, dalia, director, ruby at hussain matter. while researching the textile industry. when i met her, she immediately expressed interest. i also saw that her life story live also very traumatic that leaving home when you're 12 and coming to the city already said something about this young woman. if she won't be defeated, you know, she will fight. and that's what i think really attracted me to her that i was like, wow, you know, she had that sir. there's something special about her when i was writing or talk to her a lot. and of course, the script we shared with her,
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she was in the rehearsal or after she talked to how to operate the sewing machine. so we became, office became friends, you know, the actors and, and so we are wanting to tell the story together exactly when i assume dahlia convinced one because to form a union, if we don't like it, we don't know if it is affecting them is i'm a local local, so i, we're not, i'm looking unit, but i think that when things are disciplined, if people started losing their job. so the boss finding out that when most
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danielle said that her friends turn to her enemies because then they're like, no, i don't wanna lose my job because i can feed my family to feed my children. it's really important that i have shopped up. i think these women, these young women are very much aware of their right. but maybe a lot of them do not have it in them to fight to the end. you know, teach the real leader to do that. oh, my interest spent 2 years researching before filming and bangladesh. she likes working with women both in front of the camera and behind it. the director also spends time in the us, but her works focuses on her home country. she works with n g 's needs workshops for women in trains female directors. she's also creating an initiative to prevent domestic violence group. i asked her stains film premier to the toronto film festival and was shown in la cano, one of the i'm
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going to thanks to a young woman's courage. the 1st garment workers union was founded and registered against the odds. i think it's happening. it's about women. are moving to work, there's have not, and i think all of these things have happened because of the activism workers. fact director shoes, cooker his comedy akasha has fun with cliches. so the, i'll a v wanted to make sure is to show that the idea of war and how little chris was she wanted driven it soon. and i don't know if i'm good, let me know today and that way she's not eliminated. yes,
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i was going to get the allowed to the look on august and i wanted to make sure that we don't just keep having this heroic idea of war. and where is this amazing thing and to become a man and to become a hero and to have you go to war so, so i want to destroy that. but at the same time, i wanted to make sure that the causes real so so that balance of beep are fighting for real rights and all that at the same time fighting is a really dumb, crazy thing that hopefully wars will stop. so i wanted all that to be played with shoots during the rainy season. when the fighting stops in the loop of mountain villages takes in the film in the l in. and i think they do a level mileage move unless you read one i have, but i look on there is a happy ending at 9 remorsefully returns to lena,
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but he has to learn at women a much stronger than he thought i'm said at most, but we're getting me lebanese cinematographer christopher own has enjoyed working with women on films like the satirical drama, the man who saw his skin. it was a big success for him. thanks to an intensive collaboration with the writer director counter been from tunisia in 2021. the film will net, christopher, another nomination for the german cinema tank. repeat price. i just have the feeling that they want to get to the next day. they have a question that hans done more than men and they want to get to that answer. and there's something that that touches me in the way they are approached
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infants, and they just feel like being there to them and fighting for that. right now. he's on the island to flatter ventura his latest film co pilot will premier at the berlin international film festival. he and director and sorta better shape preparing it's very atmospheric, but it could be anything. the film portrays a love story between 2 students, ashley, and say, eat when i eat suddenly disappears. his family comes off to sleep, but the 2 have sworn to keep their secrets. he said me when most the best thing is for the site. i will, i just like him, you know, i know in my through the, my wife and the 10 mom in the piece. he is kind of dancing with the extra. it's kind of they need to rock together very close
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to my mother's low, but he's been i, i know capture the sense of close to like in a small stage play needs to assist for by the nice main phone number of us gets known owns if he is blo, be here as they prepare for the films world premier christopher noon and soda about a shame, a choosing press photos. meanwhile, in berlin hazard cooker is recovering from a stressful time in sudan. a lot has changed that the civil war has eased, but it's the fragile piece. destruction ethnic tensions,
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and high levels of corruption, a slowing development efforts. for years, the filmmakers supported the revolution, taking to the streets, among thousands of others. since 2018, there's been an apparent break in the fighting. but there's still no calm in sudan . the country remains torn apart. it's exhausting and not just by her shoes, coca, his hopes of a new beginning have been dashed at the end of last year, he was arrested because of a theater workshop in which women took part, dont displeased the religiously minded police. it took an outcry from international filmmakers to get how she was cook released from prison, where on the steps of getting into the piece. but we're struggling with new new things. we're struggling with a technocrat government that can't really deal with running the government alongside this military and the national security and the remainder of the all 3
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team with the old mentality with the all my chip. so now where we're set where like we could do it is the time into that history where we could do it. if we fail, if us failing, but it still needs a lot of energy to go forward. i use coca isn't giving up. he's planning a film about the odyssey of african people trying to reach europe a form of pan african road trip. despite the challenges these filmmakers will all continue to make films in their own unique way . the the
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news, the news, the 77 percent are calling chinese new colonialism. pure and simple in st debate. yeah. why is this still a thing in africa and who to blame the world was white people stealing from black africa? all new calamity lies on somebody. harvey, the 77 percent. d w.
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the challenge the extreme tv one an extra might be seen in the next time i was stuck in at the end of the day. 60 minutes on dw, you feel worried about the on the, on the on the green fence is clear. we need to change. join me for the size of the green transformations for me to use for the women in asia in me for all the money and
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lunch and on the voices. the only way i can be on top is to create my own. and by this weekend on d w. hello guys. welcome to your favorite youth program, the 77 percent. this is the platform for africa, young majority. i, eddie mike, a junior foster, you'll see belt and right with us more than 60 years ago, many african countries gained the independence from. you will be a colonizers, but how independent are we? and why does it even matter to ask the young generation now will be digging deep into that question on the show. but yes, what's coming up?
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i report that he did kamani off the young canyons about neil, cool it ralph. i have dropped a few lines on what it means to be africa cynically see out this kinda stuff for the console. now, east africa has been ramping up efforts to expose it. citizens to chinese culture, articulately through language in kind of for example, monitoring is offered as the selective language in schools. in uganda, it is now become palsy subjects in some schools. so is this immune exchange of culture is always there much more to it. 25 years old andrew meant to tie is not a free to get his 50 graduated in december. he's been helping us on the family farm and like many young, 10 years who recently and put the job market was looking for. but andrew hasn't leave. he speaks mandarin. this decision came as more chinese contractors flooded
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kenya to build its rhodes. and he thought, learning the language might give him an edge, an experience that would be revealing. my name is andrew in english, so the get to under no. so this is the name i used to go by, even in school, in class, in the exams, and he used to use and over the years there's been a steady trickle of chinese cultural and language centers opening in kenya. many like andrew school of scholarships, and in some cases, high achieving students are even sent to china for competitions. but the content of andrew class is moody to parent. his instructor was teaching more than language. he was this that i think he started by seeing us did not change history. chinese festivals, chinese point in song. for instance, if you choose to do french, you might not need to learn all the things pertaining the history,
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the culture. you may just need to learn how to communicate, but in chinese language you get to, they want to become like them. they're kind please 59 confucius institutes. but of course, $44.00 african countries institute, together with existing economic ties to china, could make the country reach over the continent. they really based journalist right extensively on after chinese relation. she argues that while the chinese governments may have a firm economic group on the continent, the most significant partnerships being created outside board. and i think the important thing to understand when we talk about the kind of chinese culture that is exported is that it is a very specific cocktail of mainstream. generally mainstream han culture that has passed through the prism of the
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ccp that comes out trying to come this party. but at the same time, not everything that comes here in kenya that, that makes its way here from china is pastor that lenses, the parties. there are a lot of day to day interactions between individual that i feel like is much more rich, an interesting place to look at because those things are not mediated by the state . in bustling the ruby. it's hard not to see how these more for more info, cultural interaction have influenced everyday life. ready the city has already played who 2 chinese can joint performances, which are growing popularity, especially among the younger generation. 3 china towns have popped up across rubies since the 1918, offering traditional chinese cuisine. back in l. dorit. andrew is under no illusions. he knows that a one sided cultural exchange is no exchange, but he's also in need of a job. and he's that means working in china says that's exactly what
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you know. that's very interesting. and this wondering if it would be possible for people in china to learn african languages like swahili or tree. i guess we just have to see how things pan out now talking about the influence or not of foreign powers in africa. we had the streets of abu job to ask young people this question. after 60 years of independence from british rule, how really independent is my day to day. right, so i think in the question of how independence we will we be able to use our independence for we have our government, we have, we make decisions ourselves. and we have a will lead to not only does without actually being accident, anyone for permission to do what we are doing for me. i think we are really
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independence. just like how you know, when you've been presented would be for a very long time. even when get see in your mind these seem like, you know, still increasing, you would take some time for them to sort of realize i'd be asked you nice me if you look back on the past year, you'd realize that things continually got worse. so i don't think is equation of independence, but we'll be meeting with use it. we've not been able to do as much as we could have. we are not so independent to because where we are from what we are known for we kind that's took a step back because we are trying to be like our colonial masters. there's some, some of new colonialism, but i don't like to say that people say it exists and it might be happening subconsciously. but i think people are trying to take advantage of us because market, it's easy for me and just shows the potential that we have. so way that people take advantage of it or we take advantage of it is
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a different question. i think the best thing we can do is continue to involve thus was helped various countries control. india, for example, doesn't have any natural resource as such, but the people is what of really help the country school. and now they're more or less. it will paula. there's this returning confidence returning to all of my journey and which i find very interesting to see. and i think it should continue. i think people should be taught more about where they are from and thoughts to appreciate this land this place. so we have had the voices of young nigerians. some argue that africa still dealing with the effect of colonialism. but who's really to blame for that? and what can we, the young generation do to break free and cough our own pop?
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our report you did commodity put the question to young cajuns in our street debates and i will be the, the 77 percent in a row, be the capital of kenya. and it is in this city that the kind of flag went up. we were declared independence, but how independent is kenya and indeed the rest of africa. this is the question that we're asking today on our subject near colonialism. why is it still a thing in africa and who is to blame? but before we go too far, let's come to nigella, who is a political analyst and the right to hear in kenya. how would you describe new colonialism? what does it mean to you? i think that common crm, i gave us the best definition for leo colonialism which is late stage imperialism. what you have is indirect influence of political decision making of you can make decision making. ok, so let me come to the farmer right here, mr. michael, keeping it because your firm, as you mentioned, is over 100 years or suddenly older than the nation of kenya. do you feel like
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you're beholden to the person who began this farm? absolutely not a did. and i believe we need to both the colonize our minds in our house, as, as kenyans. we really shouldn't be complaining too much about your colonialism. let me come back to angela. i want to challenge you basically, based on what michael has said. we should be talking about and you're going to station right now, look at me, unfair view from where doing it on our own when we're talking about colonization. and we're talking about imperialism. we're not talking about individual experiences . we're talking about a systemic issue. yes, you're able to grow your coffee and you run your coffee tours, but is the price for example, that you're, that you're selling your coffee at reflective of the labor that has gone into producing that coffee? or is it reflective of political priorities that have been said elsewhere? exploitation of power disparities for the profit of certain regions and certain parts of the world is the very definition of new colonialism. ok, i'd like to come to shape because i just want to, you know, piggyback on what an angela thing, but it is a system and it is exploitative,
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but we're a politician. the people who should be those international tables making better deals for i think this doesn't work for us anymore. kind of struggled with the concept political leadership that is dysfunctional, that it's explosive, but it's violent. that's discriminatory. there's also this cause that stems from a neo colonial space of leadership that excludes people from the leaders, which is putting the people into this vicious cycle of constantly saying, we need better, we need better, but nothing ever changes because the bubble of and the shield of nicholas is so sick, so we're saying that, oh my goodness that the, the neo colonial isn't one second. he's seeping into basically every single effect of our lives. politically, economically, even how we think. yeah. socially. and i'm just wondering from tony, in what ways does new colonialism still have an impact in the way we are govern? i mentioned the french very briefly. the french have never mentally left africa ever. you can see what goes on the congo lease. the highest glory of african
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evolution is to become a frenchman, or mademoiselle, the france has never lost that mentality. but one might argue that kenyans have not lost that mentality. we are, after all, having this conversation in english. no, but can, is a very different country. we may be confused there, but don't address immediately political leadership. all new colonialism relies on somebody having the lead in their pocket. in that case is your great then with your own government. oh, with the colonial government. that created structures in which we are governed, as we are, that is very live we. others tend to blame the british. yeah. oldest strength all the time. we keep complaining about all white people, baby to mean european people in the 2 of these, these the new colonies that say now, all right, i'd like to get some more views on this side. the problem came with a philosophical foundation, movies, country. like if we're talking about export, we didn't center canyons or the people who live in this land we are in. so what we
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are experiencing now is a result of what happened then. so the west is still to blame, but we reproduce what they did. but is it fair? let me ask schaefer here. is it fair to sort of lump the whole western world into, you know, the white saviors. they're trying to come and save us. we don't need their help. is there room for collaboration or is it just going to be this bipolar dialogue? well, i think i think room for collaboration that existed that it's assumed that they seem to exist has existed in their white to turn even as we collaborate, we're collaborating within their own structures within that one agreements within their own in gauge meant within their own requirements. right, white people level we've wanted to enforce and to carry forward their whiteness and the supreme a thief. we should be able to enforce and carry forward our blackness, our black supremacy. but it's never going to happen because we don't have the leadership that is capable to reimagined our own governance and engagement out of
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the 3 that is most neo colonial tele. but the necessary tool is this way to send me into this again, we are playing here and sometimes it gets to this won't take way to grant that i want something specific to us. your government never. i've won a lot of the scholarships and so don't lose weight. but you tell you and stood in your own way. i feel like, what's this way to sentiment? i never beside the boat to being colonized by the british of all the colonies. this was history and you know we had this, please, please, please contextualize that we will never be side to because that's the we real politic of the way of history had really been colonized by the belgians. they didn't give a damn, but i'm not going to go and keep repenting about 1889. yes, yes, yes, yes. and i'd like to give, i'd like to give, let me come to shape because she's so exhausted her hands on her head. i'm about to give up because the thing is this raid. so the context is when we, when i hear people talk about, they don't have
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a problem. and having been colonized, i question, how deep are you in this neo colonial struggle that you've actually embraced your abuse and made them feel made her feel that she was right for doing what they did to you. tony is saying that the facts can't be changed. that the world order at the time was, as it was, the world order was white. people stealing from black africans. that was the work order. i think sometimes we, we speak very carelessly and very casually about very fundamental thing. that was, that is meant that we are and i really don't appreciate it. ok, tony, do you agree with the charge that he was so deeply neo colonized yourself that you don't see why your utterances could have been that is absolute bollocks? yeah. let me use british languages, so people who are more in your call and let his poor looks because read you created in this week. yeah. it's like those people who fail in life and keep talking about their father was an alcoholic, or their mother never loved them. enough and be like that it must lose that victim
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mentality about the british suspicion which he has in this country. we started with a very critical question. neil colonialism. why is it still in africa? well, the answer is the history and who is to blame for it? apparently, we all are. thank you for watching the call. now that's what i call a debate. so should we can drowning in the past or flim towards the new future. what's your view on new colonialism and its impact on african countries? now we will definitely love to hear from you, so pay us a visit on youtube to watch the for discussion and keep that debate going. yes, a different perspective from another part of the continent. wrap up fine one bid. boy, you cannot be some easy to send down to maybe an independence fight and bid boy is
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his take away africa. spence o. o this is we don't know what a region really visited, but i'm proud of. we could stop by the fact that messy. like getting involved from rhodesian is god and the people that they be slow, the the the not that done an audible even if you got a predefined this could happen and it's how good up to that new still happening elsewhere. they've been asked to be american plays that did to the same company. what i think is not black by, they came their pocket thing properly. i can go to india for no difference to epic and gums. do people fed up with a veto view and why? yeah, only blacks always seen this ethnic open ended debt. but look,
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that you opened up fighting with the state. they still are the weakness that even today. but the was even the album until men in your neighborhood, in this school shop and, and boys and noting taking them from the boy he was wrong. and this last till bowles hills and the question was go about the pilot the wise of those who died, that is great weekly. oh no. remember district when we have been d. i so what the epic it has been now when i think, and i don't know what's this week. i'm proud to be afraid to get these. only half of starlight said the hardest words when he was all at this helpless chicken spread. this goes been feeding off the words after
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they suffered, they'll start to serve those are really deep lyrics. it's a good reminder to learn from history. so those traumatic events never repeat it. now musician l sumbawa has also penned strong words on this issue. so as a child, when have family moved from cumberland to germany, the intertwined histories of both countries are reflect that electro inspired beats sound arch needs polled electronic feet calcium by la penned and produced you had to be in cameroon, after paying for break. um, she says women and camera ruining what traditionally treated with more respect before the european colonialist arrived in going and isn't had such an impact, but also people mentality. they were purposely raising also the culture of the
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people stumbling of the imaginary of a black man of 21st century. i couldn't swallow my pride trust. i try to you elsa barlow was 10 when she left a common room and moved to germany along with her 2 brothers. their mother wanted to complete her doctorate at a german university. coming here, it was a dream, as a small african child. white culture is on t v. 's. everywhere. it's the norm is the standard. so when you know, as a 10 year old that you're going to europe, it's like the sugar candy please. but she was the only black girl in a small town in southern germany. she soon experienced the effects of racism and ignorance on teacher calling in terms of where the resources come from. and how did well come to europe in such an amount. it came from the colonies and it's
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really insane to me to be in this world and go to school. so many years when i teach you supposedly about the world you're going to be living in and leave. ready out this huge part of history. and when she was 20 else and viola decided to return to camera rooms to reconnect with her roots, she channeled her experiences into music. she discovered a new site to her world in the recording process, inspired by her home countries. rich culture doesn't doesn't bother now spends most of her time in germany. she lives with a young daughter in berlin known as the capital of electronic music. but africa remains a strong part of the mix. bada has found a way to bring both worlds together on this track. she's samples speeches of the pan africanist and 1st name president, car, man crew ma. now independent,
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now independent not by law, feels at home in berlin. she has discovered a space for herself, somewhere between her german upbringing and her can ruin your heritage. it's a healthy mix, she says, and it's something she hopes to pass on to her daughter. it can be a healthy mix and why not? i have a dream that one day africa in europe will have a truly mutually beneficial relationship. thumbs up. if you agree, i show you do. now let's take you to a hidden african tressa. talk the way in this, in a lease customize region is a provincial capital. the control graffiti artist can buy bought. she was around is small home town along the shores of the river. the hello. my local, letting us know monica,
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my name is robert mccafferty. notice yes sir, and i'll take your own go because i can see them, but i'm here and i was coming to my city. this is big. ensure the capital of the custom, all region in the south, west finagle with its mild tropical climate. and it's laid back mood. the small town at the custom once river is not only a trading port, but a gateway to the nearby beach destinations of the region. welcome casalene, i mean, but i mean to move home from here, the emily bratcher bridge. right, is the route to current, and on the left you go farther into because i'm about, what do you see here is because i'm, i remember them which gives us all those sources. look at it. and i look for that because i'm, i look on king is the man behind a lot of the street art in dig, in short from simple name tagging to awareness about corona, his mural capture. the moment his new piece is a tribute to
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d. w. a 77 percent show unfortunately, king barbara's, our railey earns him enough money to live on, which is why he tries to make back wherever he can, even if he has to play for it. well, now i think i gave you for a company in the can see what i'm doing here. this is my childhood from played for money. what are you hoping to make a win? because in the city, often no ones that are united, but you look for the work that most people in begin, char, depend on, is the regions fish trade. and like many king barbara has a close connection to it while we're here in the big fish, mike, because the fish from the city from cuff to cup scare must be bad for me. i spent my children here with my mom who sold the mike another, followed by the young margaret outside the number to some of his mother's old
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colleague, phil work at the fish market, the phil haggling for the fish on offer away from the busy market. the senegalese are known for their love of attire and strongly brood green tea with lots of sugar . fortunately for king and his friends, the next p shop is right outside their shared green printing workshop, where the team is printing a very special shirt and not to today's should and to their hometown. to end the day, king babble takes us to a highlights of digging chores. culture alive, a conquering masquerade. it's a mending initiation, right? used to pass down indigenous knowledge in dig into or where old traditions mixed with a new. it's a huge party, but also a source of local pride. my going to present to you the gym by doing another good dance of leaves to feed, considering a 2nd. i'm going to protect people against evil spirits. and does the jump on
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the i've not been just in a go yet, but i'm looking forward to doing that down with you again. and hey guys, this is how we wrap up the show. thanks for sticking with us. so the end that hey, let's continue to stay in touch, send us an email at 77, d, w dot com or connect with us on facebook. we're going to play you out with king my best favorite song. actually, he was listening to it over and over doing out production. this is deanna from one of the finance rapids, se, se wraps, mandingo. this truck is all about african friday. and the vast, mundane culture. until we meet again, stay strong and healthy and remain a proud the gum be
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