Agunda asks for your patronage in her development of a new podcast called "The (Black) Connection" modeled on the 40's cafes of NYC where arts meet social justice in conversation. She also plans to produce a podcast based on her six-year-running New York Time's lauded live stand up production "Sisters of Comedy." 


Africa Underground (AU) Productions founded in 2014 is an intersectional US based production company with a passion for creating live events in comedy and theater plus cinematic creations for Online, TV and Film that showcase the African diaspora. The productions are meant to be inclusive but center global African culture and identity. 


Agunda Okeyo is a writer, producer and alchemist born in Nairobi and raised between New York City and the Kenyan capital. Okeyo understands and writes from a global perspective about race, gender, politics, culture, books, film, and comedy. She is published in outlets such as Salon, The Daily Beast, Women and Hollywood, For Harriet, O Magazine, OkayAfrica, The Progressive, NBC and Women’s Media Center (WMC).

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