TALL DRUMS: A NIGERIAN AMERICAN TELEVISION JOURNAL

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Tall Drums is a 30-minute weekly television program of news, debate, and commentary on, about, and by Nigerians abroad. It features interviews with Nigerians in the Diaspora and world leaders whose work concern or affect Africa and African peoples. The program also covers major Nigerian events in the Diaspora by invitation, with special attention paid to Nigerian artistic and creative talents in the Diaspora.

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The Program:

Tall Drums is a 30-minute weekly television program of news, debate, and commentary on, about, and by Nigerians abroad. It features interviews with Nigerians in the Diaspora and world leaders whose work concern or affect Africa and African peoples. The program also covers major Nigerian events in the Diaspora by invitation, with special attention paid to Nigerian artistic and creative talents in the Diaspora.

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African people from the geographical area known today as Nigeria have emigrated, voluntarily and involuntarily to the United States for centuries. In this book, the authored chronicles the lives and triumphs of some of the more contemporary Nigerian immigrants to the new world. Among those featured are Bart Nnaji, Olusegun Fayemi, Philip Emeagwali, Toyin Falola, Henrietta Ukwu, Alash’le Abimuku, Elizabeth Ofili, Calista Chukwunenye, and others

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