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Step inside the Group Partner Lounge to hear Y Combinator Group Partners Harj Taggar, Michael Seibel and Brad Flora discuss the advantages of being a first-time founder and the instances when it pays to have experience founding a startup in the past.

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How this Young Nigerian turned a few Fish Fingerlings into a Multi Million Naira Empire!

The Heritage Afrique Team recently visited Epe. We met with a young Nigerian Aquaculture, Poultry, Fruit & Vegetable farmer, Mr Olaitan who owns Mide Livestock Empire and Agro Consulting Firm. He started small and has grown into a Multi Million Naira business. In this video, he shares with us the rudiments and tricks of the business, the benefits of investing in Aquaculture and Poultry farming amongst others. This video is a must-watch for intending farmers.

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Rabbi Manis Friedman entered the Kosher Money studio and shared words of wisdom on money, wealth, God and life.

Rabbi Manis Friedman has been declared YouTube’s most popular rabbi and is a world-renowned author, counselor, lecturer and philosopher.


1:00 Welcome
1:35 The Mystery & Effects of Money
6:00 Adam & Eve: A Curse or a Hidden Blessing?
7:01 Why is Charity so Powerful?
8:15 Existing vs. Living
11:51 Does God Need Us or Do We Need God?
12:55 The Only Difference Between the Wealthy & Poor
15:00 The Secret to Becoming TRULY Rich
19:09 Admiration of the Wealthy
21:06 Advice for the Poor
24:25 The Cost of Jewish Living
31:00 How Much Effort is Sufficient
32:30 Making Deals with God
33:45 Financial & Life Advice for Couples & Families
36:00 Life After Death
37:15 Wisdom With Age
37:50 The Problem with Work & a Brilliant Suggestion
41:30 A Conversation with God
43:28 The Challenge of Today
44:45 A Message from R’ Manis to the World
50:14 An Interesting Thing Happening in the World Now
53:04 Heaven
54:34 Book Rec & Contact Info
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In this episode of First Five, we talk with the Co-Founder and CEO of PostHog, James Hawkins, about the first five hires he and his co-founders made when they were first starting out. Along with host and Managing Director of YC Continuity, Anu Hariharan, James discusses how PostHog created their culture of transparency and the development of their company handbook which can be read in full here: Read more about PostHog's first five employees here:

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Join us for Tech for Good: How to Leverage Your Digital Skills to Facilitate Social Impact with presenter Liz Ngonzi '92, CEO and Founder of Liz Ngonzi Transforms. This webinar is hosted by iSchool Prof. Martha Garcia-Murillo, Professor and Senior Associate Dean of IDEA (Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Accessibility) Initiatives, and moderated by Adrienne Graves, Assistant Director of Alumni Relations at the iSchool.

These are exceptionally difficult times for the social sector with some estimates indicating that as many as 40% of the 1.7 million nonprofits in the U.S. could close due to COVID-19-related revenue shortages during the next three years.

The COVID-19 Pandemic has already devastated entire economies, and funding for social impact organizations has decreased even as the need for their services continues to increase. But as the sector works to rebound, opportunities are being created for organizations with the capacity to innovate — by leveraging digital platforms, introducing new revenue models, embarking on nontraditional collaborations and paying attention to new voices.

Opportunities will exist within these innovative organizations for nimble, focused, creative and well-networked change makers who are armed with the digital skills and entrepreneurial mindset to help the sector recover.

Join host Liz Ngoni ’92 to discuss how nonprofits can leverage digital storytelling to ensure their continuing relevance and to thrive even in the current circumstances — and how individuals possessing the kinds of digital skills and entrepreneurial mindset developed at the iSchool can bring their talents to bear in helping them to do so.

ABOUT LIZ NGONZI: Liz Ngonzi is a New York-based international social sector leader, educator, speaker and executive coach who enables impact-driven leaders and entrepreneurs to more effectively develop and tell their stories to increase their impact and reach their potential.

Liz has been the turnaround CEO of a Nelson Mandela-endorsed international nonprofit organization; founded and run an international boutique consulting firm; been an invited member of the U.S. Speaker Program at the U.S. Department of State; taught and guest lectured at top academic institutions in the U.S. and abroad; and delivered training that has transformed lives and organizations worldwide.

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This video is about how the guest started her journey into the Not for Profit world.
Morolayo Olumide is a Programme Officer at a foremost development consultancy practice in
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conducts monitoring and evaluation as well as validation exercises which provide evidence and data for policy development in various government and donor funded projects including the ongoing Universal Basic Education Funds Tracking programme.

She has established competencies in monitoring and evaluation, innovation and scale up support
and project management. She provides technical support for at the annual pan-African Education Innovation Summit focused on identifying and scaling education innovation and coordinates the
Recognition Awards series for the recognition of proven education innovations. She also facilitates
capacity development sessions for public and private sector officials in the organization’s learning academy.

She previously worked as a Support Staff at The Refugee Centre in South Africa where she facilitated
child rights and protection services, and education policy dialogues targeted at creating opportunities for refugees. She holds a Master’s degree in Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution.

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I think I’ve found the real life Leslie Knope.

If you don’t know who that is, stop reading this and go watch all seven seasons of Parks and Recreation, where comedian Amy Poehler plays Leslie Knope -- a Deputy Director of a Parks and Rec Department of a small town in Indiana. Her whole life’s purpose is to serve her community and she does it by working long hours, being hyper-organized with color coded binders, and organizing community events by herself for fun.

Julia Campbell is a social media expert that has sought to serve since she was a child.

She hosted food and recycling drives as a kid, volunteered for the Peace Corps as a young adult, and worked with nonprofits during college.

I spent my college years drinking cheap beer and eating pizza until I was sober. It took me years to realize that I had a greater purpose -- to serve my community.

Julia has always known her purpose.

But she doesn’t just provide her presence and energy to help nonprofits (sometimes, organizations just need humans to help), she provides her knowledge and skills that she has harnessed over years of helping nonprofits where they need help the most: communication.

Julia studied journalism in college and writing became her essential skill.

When working with a domestic violence organization early in her career, she was tasked with the job of writing their press releases. She was the young writer fresh out of college, right? Well what she learned quickly is that all press releases aren’t “good” press releases.

And if they aren’t good, they don’t work.

After writing so many of them, she called on her journalism knowledge and realized that they needed a “hook” just like a news story. In fact, they needed to be just that -- a story!

She doubled down on her storytelling efforts and used them any chance she could.

“The most popular brands create a shared identity with their customers.”

As social media became popular among brands and businesses, Julia saw a perfect opportunity for the nonprofits she served to use storytelling to grow their communities.

In fact, she literally wrote the book on it.

Julia and I found each other in the storytelling multiverse and possibly through our service of nonprofits. But however we initially connected online, we both stuck around because it was clear that our missions were similar.

We both want to use storytelling to make the world happier and healthier.

I had her on The Storytelling Lab because helping nonprofits is something that will always be a part of my mission. I am good at it.

Julia is phenomenal at it.

If you work at or with a nonprofit and know that they need help communicating their stories, this is the episode for you!

Some of the highlights of our conversation:

- How Julia switched to focusing online courses in 2020 because of Covid-19
- Speaking to small-mid size development and marketing professionals
- Free speaking vs. Paid speaking
- Working with emerging nonprofits, libraries, cities, nonprofit communicators, fundraisers, etc.
- Working with nonprofits in college, volunteering for US Peace Corp, going to Africa to do healthcare work
- Going off on her own 10 years ago - her clients are everything from libraries to land trusts to food banks to animal organizations and rare disease organizations
- Being a “Leslie Knope” as a child - loved checklists and did food and recycling drives
- Studying journalism in college and is a writer - calls it her “essential skill”
- Working for a domestic violence shelter, writing press releases and learning about the “hook” to get people to listen and pay attention and from there developed her storytelling skills
- How social media should not be outsourced
- The importance of just documenting everyday life and just putting it out there
- How people are still giving to nonprofits especially in this time of crisis
- Why you should give only the highest quality and most compassionate content right now
-Getting back to the roots of what you do and connect with your community
- Webinars that she offers
- 90 minute platforms Julia offers that focus on a specific topic once a month
- Julia’s 6 week live courses: Storytelling & Social Media Academy - full scale programs targeted towards nonprofits

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How NOT to Build a Business with Jason McCarthy
Between coming up with your initial business concept and building your company into what it is today, you probably had to wade through a good bit of learning how not to do a few (or 100) things. That’s certainly what happened for former Special Forces Sergeant Jason McCarthy on his journey of starting the GORUCK brand a decade ago. What started as an idea to create and sell no-frills, tough-as-nails backpacks became something much bigger. Tune in to hear how Jason’s early adventures in business helped him find deeper meaning for his company.

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In the current climate of Black Lives Matter, dismantling institutional structures and civil unrest, engaging the Black community means more interaction with believers, and having potentially tough conversations. Mandisa Thomas will discuss how to better engage religious counterparts or both personal and professional levels, and why it is important to try and forge working relationships while also standing strong with our nonbelief.

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0:15:23 - Guest Introduction
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1:22:16 - Closing thoughts from RfR Founder & President, Dr. Darrel Ray

Mandisa Thomas is the Founder and President of Black Nonbelievers. She currently serves on the Boards for American Atheists and the American Humanist Association, and facilitates the Morrow, Georgia chapter of Recovering from Religion. In 2019, Mandisa was named the Freedom From Religion Foundation’s Freethought Heroine, and was the recipient of the Secular Student Alliance’s Backbone Award.

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As the coronavirus pandemic continues to devastate communities around the world, one group is particularly vulnerable: pregnant women and their babies. Africa 54 host Esther Githui-Ewart spoke to Dr. Paula Dhanda whose organization, Worldwide Healing Hands, is training doctors, nurses and midwives in parts of Africa and Asia to save the lives of pregnant women and their babies.

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6 Views · 2 years ago - As the U.N. climate summit gets underway in Bonn, Germany, African negotiators, activists and youth are particularly vocal about the need for urgent action to mitigate the most devastating effects of global warming. Africa is expected to suffer more from climate change than any other continent. This summer, flooding and mudslides in Sierra Leone killed more than 1,000 people, while extreme drought has left millions of people at risk of famine in Kenya, Somalia and Ethiopia. We speak with Kumi Naidoo, longtime South African anti-apartheid activist and former head of Greenpeace International. He is the chair of a new organization called Africans Rising for Justice, Peace and Dignity.

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South Africa holds its general election on 8 May and young people in the country are using social media to transform its politics.

BBC Trending's been to Johannesburg to meet Sankara - a stuanch supporter of the ANC (African National Congress) and Thapi, a representative of the leftist EFF (Economic Freedom Fighters) party.

The new wave of activism has been given a boost by campus movements against rising tuition fees and alleged bias in education. So we brought Sankara and Thapi to meet on the grounds of Wits University to debate the future path of South Africa.

Video Journalist: Alvaro Alvarez
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South African activist Nomarussia Bonase has worked tirelessly for women who suffered under apartheid to receive the recognition and compensation they deserve. The German Heinrich Böll Foundation has chosen her for the 2017 Anne Klein Women's Award.

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Koketso Moeti, founder of Amandla.Mobi, a community advocacy organisation, is building a movement using cell phones as a democracy building tool across South Africa.
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All over the developed world, people donate used clothes to charities to be distributed to the poorest people in underdeveloped countries. But in Kenya, many of these clothes are intercepted and sold on at markets, fuelling a huge trade in "mitumba" which some defend as being a source of livelihood for thousands. One trader takes AFPTV round the region's biggest clothing market to find out more. Duration: 01:50.

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Reagan Adenyi, a learner in the Justice Studies program at Bow Valley College, offers his talk, “African Roots of Gender Equality”, as a reminder of the resilience, of innovation, and of creativity that exists within Kintsugi. We are reminded that there is always opportunity for beautification in what we consider to be broken. Reagan’s talk will reinforce an important ideal which is, when we engage in a concept, its ability to be further elevated after lessons learned, can be something far more sophisticated than we could first imagine. Reagan Adenyi is a learner in the Justice Studies program, in the School of Community Studies. He is currently president of the Justice 4 All Club at Bow Valley College, as well as a member of the Bow Valley College Toastmasters Club, and a Councillor with the Students Association of Bow Valley College. He has worked as a community leader, starting and successfully running Africa's Promise Youth Leadership Club, a not-for-profit organization. For Reagan, the stories of Africa and African cultures have shaped his self-image and character. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at

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South Africa and Nigeria are both economic powerhouses on the African continent. But these two countries are grappling with an education crisis. Their schools are among the worst in the world. Now, google has granted education non-profit, Siyavula, 1.5 million dollars to provide free access to its online learning platforms for 300,000 students in South Africa and Nigeria. Joining VOA’s guest host Hayde Adams FitzPatrick live via Skype from Johannesburg, South Africa is Yogo Dubois, he's from the non-profit Siyavula.

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Jumia has been dubbed the "Amazon of Africa." It's Africa's largest e-commerce operator, surpassing Amazon and China's Alibaba, and it's the first African tech start-up to go public on the New York Stock Exchange. Investors had high hopes for Jumia when it went public on April 12. Now, Jumia is adjusting to its new international status, and figuring out what that status means for the African continent.

Jumia is Africa's largest online retailer. Sacha Poignonnec and Jeremy Hodara, former McKinsey & Company employees, founded the company in 2012. Like Amazon and Alibaba, Jumia allows customers to buy products like cell phones, shoes, and groceries online. Jumia also offers bill paying, food delivery, and cellular data plans.

China Daily, a Chinese state-run news organization, says that Alibaba serviced 4.2 million African customers through its AliExpress services since it entered the continent.

Jumia serviced 4.3 million users and 81,000 active sellers in 14 countries. Amazon is available in 11 countries on the African continent, but neither Amazon nor Alibaba have had the benefit of getting their start in African countries. Jumia, for example, offers unique features like allowing customers to pay for items upon delivery.

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How a Nigerian South African built a chain of successful businesses in Africa is another episode of my promoting Africa series where I feature black entrepreneurs all across Africa who have built successful businesses and they tell us how they did it.

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The Zambian teen Natasha Mwansa had the honor of being part of the opening plenary during wd2019 and she grabbed the chance with both hands in a ground-shaking speech. Instead of quivering with fear and resorting to niceties, Mwansa instead boldly challenged the leaders present with contemporary issues which affect African leadership in particular. For an 18-year-old, the young lady was armed with heavy points on how world leaders could better society including gender equality, youth leadership and the tedious fight for the girl child who she claimed has been sidelined in leadership.

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