AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange

Episode Guide

Season 4

Everyday Sunshine (#401)

Season 3

Mrs. Goundo's Daughter (#305)

The African ritual of female genital cutting prompts one young Malian mother to seek asylum in the ...

Uprooted & Sanza Hanza (#304)

The film journeys into the streets, back alleys, crowded dancehalls and countryside of Jamaica, the ...

Riseup (#303)

Rise Up: Reggae Underground follows some up and coming musical voices in Jamaica's music scene. ...

125 Franco's Boulevard/Nora (#302)

125 Franco's Boulevard - For 40 years, Franco the Great used his talents to paint murals on the ...

Haiti: One Day, One Story/The Other Side of the Wa (#301)

Haiti: One Day, One Story - Haitian-American filmmaker Michele Stephenson visits Haiti six weeks ...

Season 2


Explore how youth in Africa and America use hip hop music as a language for social change.

Black to Our Roots (#203)

Black to Our Roots is a testament to the power of change. Living in a housing project in Atlanta, ...


The story of African Americans airlifted to Utah by the US government during Hurricane Katrina.

The Fighting Spirit (#201)

Boxing is show business with blood - a tough sport known for finding its top competitors in the ...

Season 1


AIDS activists from the African countries of Nigeria, Uganda, Burkina Faso and Zambia are profiled.

MIX (#105)

Two female hip-hop disc jockeys express themselves in ways that genuinely baffle their parents.

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