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Africa Everywhere

Friday – 10pm

Africa Everywhere explores the African/Caribbean immigrant influence in the United States.

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EPISODES



Season 1
  • Season 1 | Episode 1 
    New York City
    Through up close and personal stories Africa Everywhere: New York  follows the journeys of people from the African/Caribbean Diaspora as they navigate through the rhythm and pace of the largest city in the US.
  • Season 1 | Episode 2 
    Los Angeles
    Welcome to the West Coast city of Los Angeles. In this episode, we explore the idea of "the dream" for the African immigrant. From a traditional Ethiopian tea ceremony to performing the Kizomba dance from Angola, welcome to the left coast!
  • Season 1 | Episode 3 
    Houston
    In this episode we travel to the southern U.S. city of Houston, Texas. We follow WNBA star Chiney Ogwumike as her Nigerian family celebrates the meaning of success, friendship and representing a new generation of Nigerian-born Americans.
  • Season 1 | Episode 4 
    Atlanta
    From the ashes of slavery to its influence on the Civil Rights movement, Atlanta now bustles with the energy of African and Caribbean immigrants. With delights like Red Velvet cake to a healthy serving of Egusi soup, the future shines bright here.
  • Season 1 | Episode 5 
    Chicago
    Chicago. The Midwest city where the “blue collar” hustle appears in all shades and colors. From die hard sports fans to the simple hot dog, the grind of hard work defines reality here. Come with us as we find Africa Everywhere.
  • Season 1 | Episode 6 
    Paris
    Paris, a place where the romantics are as common as the cobblestone streets. There is a new wave of African immigrants and expats, searching for not only the creative and cultural but also the notion of identity.
  • Season 1 | Episode 7 
    London

    Once a colonial power, London is waking up and transforming amidst a host of internal issues. For the African Diaspora community in London, these issues often resonate through a different lens.

  • Season 1 | Episode 8 
    D.C.
    Washington, D.C. is a place where the ideals of a country are celebrated, big and small. From the sounds of African inspired music, to the aroma of Ethiopian coffee, Africa’s influence is everywhere. Is America’s capital really a place to call home?
  • Season 1 | Episode 9 
    Boston
    Boston, a northern East Coast city, thrives on a culture of winning. From afternoon cheers at Fenway to the night sweat of the blue collar worker, the city plans for the long haul. Like a marathon of sorts, the journey can be slow and steady. For the West Indian and African communities, progress is often steeped in the idea of, “What does the idea of winning look like?”
  • Season 1 | Episode 10 
    Philadelphia
    Philadelphia. An East Coast city rooted in the foundation of the US, where attitude and family bonds hold court everyday. From its hardcore Philly accent to a wealth of cheesesteaks, cultures often collide. For the African and Caribbean immigrant, how does brotherhood and community define the notion of family in a new world?
  • Season 1 | Episode 11 
    Minneapolis
    Minneapolis, a Midwest city with littered with sprawling malls and farms. Corporate industries are attracted to the low cost of living and work ethic of its residents. For many East African immigrants, a new journey is presented but will this attraction give way to the notion of “just being”.
  • Season 1 | Episode 12 
    Montreal, Canada
    Montreal, a snow packed locale situated in the US’s northern neighbor of Canada. Known as the cultural hub of art and culture, the expanding video game and film industry have created great strides in shaping the city’s future. With a massive West Indian population, how does access and community translate into participation?
  • Season 1 | Episode 13 
    Abidjan
    It has been 10 years since the populations live at the rhythm of the Festival of Urban Music of Anoumabo (FEMUA). The year 2017 marked 10 years of cultural and artistic brewing, tourism, professional exchanges, training and sharing from the borders of Côte d'Ivoire.