The Walrus Talks is a national series of events about Africa and its place in the world. Each event offers thoughtful, inspiring thinking from scholars, writers, performers, scientists, artists, and business leaders. In October 2017, two of the eight speakers who spoke for seven minutes each on the next generation of African leaders, education access and equality, youth, gender equality, and social justice, were UBC Scholars Njoki Mburu and Alfred Acheampong.
Njoki Mburu, It’s time for Africa to break up with it’s past:
Alfred Acheampong, Mining as a blessing to Africa’s next generation: