2020 is proving to be a busy year so far at Kouvenda Media. A new podcast about banned books is under development and expected to launch by Banned Books Week in September. And Kouvenda Media is also partnering with several researchers to develop a new podcast about improving the child welfare system’s response to child sexual abuse investigation.
In the meantime, a few more updates:
The podcast was a finalist for an award honoring Best Use of Podcast in Publishing.
An amazing new exhibition is up at the Woodmere Art Museum. It’s called Africa in the Arts of Philadelphia: Bullock, Searles, and Twins Seven-Seven.
Kouvenda Media helped produce an in-depth series of conversations that you can hear about the artists who were vibrant in Philadelphia’s African-inspired art scene that started to emerge in the 1960s. While the conversations take us back in time, they’re also rooted in the present with discussion about the role art can play in social change, healing and paying homage to heritage and identity.
New episodes will be rolling out monthly in 2020. Be sure to look out for our series about immigrant and refugee health care. And if you’re new to the series, you can find more information here.
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Kouvenda Media is a production company based in Philadelphia dedicated to producing narratives for social change. We specialize in audio production, podcast production and radio journalism.
Founder & Executive Director
Stephanie is a radio journalist and helped create and produce Grapple, which won a PRNDI (Public Radio News Directors, Inc.) award for best podcast for large public radio stations. She has been a reporter and producer for WHYY Public Radio in Philadelphia and WYPR Public Radio in Baltimore. Apart from public radio, Stephanie also conducts other interview-based work and oral history projects.