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Zinhle Essamuah
Host + Correspondent . Some say: filmmaker, question-asker, song-singer, tea-drinker & adventurer. | IG
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Zinhle Essamuah Feb 14
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Zinhle Essamuah Feb 13
Descendants of the last known slave ship to arrive in the U.S. live in Mobile, Alabama. When their ancestors arrived, they formed the small community of that still exists today. This is their story:
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NowThis Feb 12
The hosted a conversation with radio personality of . Yee discussed radio and digital journalism, the current state of hip-hop, and more. SMPA alumna and NowThis correspondent moderated. Watch it here:
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Frank Sesno Feb 12
⁩ welcomes the great ⁦⁩ and our superstar alumna ⁦⁩ talking about media, mentorship, and women and people of color breaking out, “reclaiming the mic.” Proud to host this great conversation thanks to ⁦
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GWABJ Feb 12
We are SO excited to sit down with and tonight!!
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Zinhle Essamuah Feb 12
Excited to interview tonight in with !
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Zinhle Essamuah Feb 9
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Zinhle Essamuah Feb 2
my prediction: rolls up in an IVYPARK box during “beautiful liar” @ the halftime show...i meeeeean...
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Zinhle Essamuah Jan 29
Stats seem to indicate young people are most excited by candidates with pointed (vs. moderate) platforms. When asked who has best policy 18-34 demo says: 3%-Biden 50%-Sanders 26%-Warren. Lets see how this trend impacts the way young voters consolidate support as primary unfolds.
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Dan Woike Jan 26
I can confirm that Kobe Bryant is among those dead in a helicopter crash. This is not a hoax. Just awful.
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Zinhle Essamuah Jan 21
Covering the ‘Day of ’ in DC today, speaking with activists + celebs doing the work. Including an interview with media queen, boss and fashion aficionado . Coming soon on .
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Zinhle Essamuah Jan 20
A great day in delivering a keynote on how Dr. King’s principles of nonviolence, and radical/revolutionary ideals combat the evils of our world — for today’s of Service. A day on, not off - with . Thanks for having me!
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Ayanna Pressley Jan 16
As a Black woman, the personal is political. My hair story is no exception. Sharing a very personal story today to create space for others:
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Zinhle Essamuah Jan 2
returning from my little social media holiday hiatus to say: happy new year friends! cheers to #2020 🎉✨
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Women for Women Intl Dec 19
. & joined us this month to discuss and what resilience and power of women and girls looks like around the globe.
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Zinhle Essamuah Dec 12
Details about President Trump's executive order on anti-semitism, Weinstein settles (for $25M), and more from our newsletter --
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Women for Women Intl Dec 4
We’re in with and of to discuss Isha’s new book . Join us at 7pm EST on Facebook LIVE:
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Women for Women Intl Dec 4
Huge THANK YOU to & for shining a spotlight on the situation for women and girls in Nigeria and around the world. The world needs to see & hear the stories of people who would otherwise be unheard, ignored, or silenced.
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Laurie Adams Dec 4
Thank you and for joining us tonight and for being part of a global network of support to women and girls across the globe. Keep fighting the good fight!
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Isha Sesay Dec 5
Starting my day/ending my week with a message of gratitude. Thank you to this beautiful soul who moderated last night’s special conversation about my book and what comes next in…
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