Author Archives: tcbailey
New York City is the central hub of arts in the United States. Home to hundreds of theaters and the ultimate theater center “Broadway”, performing artists from around the world move to this city to hopefully make their mark in … Continue reading
In this audio commentary, we reflect on the work of Dambisa Moyo and her book Dead Aid – Why Aid isn’t Working and Why There is a Better Way for Africa. A Harvard and Oxford educated economist hailing from Zambia, … Continue reading
South African Designer David Tlale was featured during JoBurg Fashion Week for his cutting edge collection. The South African fashion industry is a billion dollar industry that creates jobs and resources for the local population.
So the UN has published their list of the healthy and happiest places to live and Norway has topped the list again. Personally, Norway is a place that I would see as too cold to actually be “Perfect” but to … Continue reading
The Atlanta Post did a list of 10 Things You Could Learn from a Nigerian that provided highlights of some the great achievements and accomplishments of Nigerians. This includes owning Gatwick Airport in the UK and the successful career of … Continue reading
On a cold and rainy Thursday, I headed down 42nd Street towards the Lion Theatre. I was walking to see the off broadway play A Season in the Congo that was being produced by Rico Workshop Productions in celebration of … Continue reading
When I travel I love to stay in places that are unique and different. With the increase in multinational ownership of the tourism industry it is at times difficult to find something that doesn’t look and feel like the same … Continue reading
In our final profile we return to the Essien family and interview Nnene Essien on her thoughts about the 50th Celebration. The youngest child of our interview participant from Episode 1, Nnene was born and raised in the U.S. She recently … Continue reading
Dr. Adesua Okupa moved to the United States as a teenager to continue her education. She has lived in the United States ever since and reflects, in our third installment of our series “Profiles on Nigeria”, on the common misconceptions … Continue reading
In our second installment of our Profiles on Nigeria series a Nigerian man living in the US shares his views on common misconceptions held by Americans about his country and what he misses most.