#21 - Farida Nabourema: Bitcoin and the Multi-Generational Struggle for Democracy & Human Rights in Togo
#21 - Farida Nabourema: Bitcoin and the Multi-Generational Struggle for Democracy & Human Rights in Togo
Closing the Loop

This episode's guest is Farida Nabourema, a social activist and writer, who since being a teenager, has been a fearless advocate for democracy and human rights in her native Togo.

We met Farida recently at the Oslo Freedom Forum in Norway and were intrigued by her story, her work, and the ways in which she's been educating her followers and community about the benefits of Bitcoin.

This conversation was not only illuminating with regards to the nature and degree of oppression in Togo (and elsewhere), but it also left us incredibly impressed by the courage, conviction, and wisdom of this young woman, and grateful for her work in the cause for freedom.

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@poorbengunn
5,500 sats
21 Jun
pretty amazing story.
@johnkvallis
16 Jul
I thought so too.🍻
@michaelmatulef
5,000 sats
23 Jun
Extremely powerful. Bitcoin is the currency of decolonization!
@africanblc
420 sats
22 Jun
best episode ever. wow
@johnkvallis
16 Jul
🧡
@blizzah
200 sats
20 Jun
Farida is all of us.
@klaus
40 sats
2 Jul