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S3E4 History of Ghanaian Fashion and Hair ft. Asaaba

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History lover Asaaba joins Michelle to discuss Ghana and Gold Coast fashion, hair, and style from the 1800s to the present, photographs taken by colonialists vs. Ghanaians, Ghanaian photographers James Barnor and Felicia Abban, diversity of the Ga identity, the colonial origins of the kaba and slit, depicting our fashions through her 3D art, the importance of hobbies and more! 

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TRANSCRIPT

https://asaseba.com/podcast/season-3/episode-4-ghanaian-hair-and-fashion-history

 

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GUEST

Asaaba is a history lover, occasional 3D artist, and feminist. She enjoys learning new things about her Ga heritage, Ghanaian history and about the many cultures of Ghana. Asaaba spends her free time tweeting about everything and nothing, and dreaming up her next 3D piece.

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RELEVANT NOTES

Season 1 Transcripts

https://bit.ly/3eGiiDH

 

EMAIL

asasebapod@gmail.com 

 

HOST

This podcast is produced, edited and hosted by Ghanaian Canadian Michelle (pronouns: she/her). She is also the creator of the theme music.

 

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