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Africa State of Mind with Lee Kasumba: Global leadership and African literature

In this episode of Africa State of Mind with Lee Kasumba, Nobel laureate Wole Soyinka talks to her about the state of African literature.

Kasumba also chats to music mogul, Russell Simmons to get his views on the state of global politics and leadership.

Simmons says the world needs leaders who are inclusive.

I think we are suffering in a moment where people are so separated in their mindset and they have not been able to listen to each other.

Russell Simmons, Entrepreneur, author, activist and philanthropist

We want a president, most of us that is, (who is) inclusive and prone to promote real progress regarding race and equity. Freedom and justice for all.

Russell Simmons, Entrepreneur, author, activist and philanthropist

Click on the link below to hear Lee Kasumba's conversation with Wole Soyinka....


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