As part of our goal to address the recurring African problems and our mission to engage in the discourse of the emergence of our ongoing renaissance, we have decided to introduce two informative monthly shows. These shows are called Our Perspectives and Diaspora Voices which would be conveyed under the auspices of the African Diaspora Television ?www.facebook.com/AfricanDiasporatv and produced by Life dePICted productions ?www.lifedepicted.com .? These avenues will offer the African Diasporan communities the opportunities to participate and influence the socio-political, economic, cultural, educational, and entertainment sectors within our host societies and the various African countries.
Public Policy and Social Justice Monthly Program- Diaspora Voices
??????????????? Our public affairs programming would highlight the state of affairs within specific African and African Diaspora countries, regions, and communities. We are going to take a driver?s seat on the condition of economics, politics, and social justice within our motherland and elsewhere by bridging the gulfs between the African peoples through the required awakenings. For example, emphases would be placed on our perceived intractable problems and the program will include calls for accountability and problem solving within the African context and throughout the globe.
Cultural Education and Entertainment Monthly Show- Our Perspectives
??????????????? With the on-going evolution of the African renaissance there remains the need for Africans to take ownership and present our cultures in ways that illuminates the various positive attributes of the African people. We intend to be the responsible vessels to interpret and utilize our cultural norms, values, food, crafts, and fashion as the means of repairing most of the bias, prejudice, and discrimination of the African people that remains prevalent in the global community. The show portends to reduce our self-hate while advocating self-efficacy and pride. Ours should be the authentic lens for affecting and spreading the African culture and vitality.