AfroPoP: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange

Engaging and thought-provoking stories about modern life in the African Diaspora.


  • Gilda Brasileiro: Against Oblivion

    One woman’s fight to expose the history of a 19th century slave-trading post in Brazil.
  • Daddy and the Warlord

    A daughter’s quest to learn why her father collaborated with war criminal Charles Taylor.
  • Amina

    Follow an African immigrant woman and the challenges she faces as she pursues her dreams.
  • My Friend Fela and Birth of Afrobeat

    The stories of Nigerian musician Fela Keti and drummer Tony Allen, and the genre Afrobeat.
  • Short Films

    An eclectic selection of three shorts: black enuf*, Swimmin' Lesson & Dressed Like Kings.
  • While I Breathe, I Hope

    Follow the against-all-odds 2014 campaign of young, Black Democrat Bakari Sellers in S.C.
  • The Faces We Lost

    Photographs help keep alive memories of loved ones lost during the 1994 Rwandan Genocide.
  • Mama Colonel

    In the Democratic Republic of Congo, Col. Honorine leads a police unit to protect minors.

About AfroPoP: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange

Many complicated, opposing and controversial viewpoints are often presented about Africans, African Americans and people of the African Diaspora. AfroPoP: THE ULTIMATE CULTURAL EXCHANGE is at the forefront in bringing informative and entertaining films about modern life in the African Diaspora to television audiences in the U.S.