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#TheVickieRemoeShow is hiring interns!
We need to hire 2 (TWO) TV production research assistants. This will be ideal for anyone who knows how to find information and enjoys discovering things first or better than most. Ideal for history, culture, & geography lovers!
The Research Assistants will work with the show’s producer, and Executive Producer (Vickie Remoe) to make decisions about The Vickie Remoe Show.
Assistants will help us determine who we shoot, what we shoot, where we shoot. Assistants will source and fix interviews, locations, and have an eye and nose for killer content once they receive the show’s brief. They will travel as our advance team to meet everyday people, leaders, and talent across Sierra Leone and prep them for interviews and shoots. They will find the colors, and the corners, going further, and deeper to find the people, stories, and places that will show Sierra Leone and Sierra Leoneans as we have never seen before.
This is an unpaid internship position.
There is no salary.
Transportation to and from work will be covered with a stipend.
Travel, accommodation, and work-related expenses will be paid for prior to each assignment. *Must own a computer/ tablet/smartphone and those must be operable.*
Ideal for someone interested in media, and communication.
Must have above excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
The internship starts on Sept 1, 2019.
Ends March 31, 2020.
Minimum 20 hours commitment a week. *Pls tag and share with someone you know would love this opportunity!* Email CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
I had a picture perfect day! I didn't leave my house. My Dad is doing his thing as per usual chilling in the village that he loves. I bought my ticket home to Olu. I ate Salone jollof from Tessa’s. I ate olehleh. I ate Salone yogurt. I danced faya dance. I am free. God tenki! #landofthetalkinngdrum #africandance #kamdancewitwi #fayadance #sierraleone #fortheculture #vickieremoe
“What matters isn’t how many children you have but whether you have choice over when, and how many, and that you can provide for them” talking about use and access to #contraceptives #familyplanning #thesheword @BBC #sierraleone #womenshealth #sdg5
Do you agree? Worst thing you can do to an African man is take away his ability to give you money? Next up on @bbc #thesheword #masculinity #vickieremoe #sierraleone #kenya #southafrica #nigeria Talk your talk in the comment section 🤣😅
Due to his age and health my father has been granted bail from Pa Demba Road prison. Thankful to everyone of you!
Poto and others have been remanded again please continue to keep them in your thoughts and prayers. Especially grateful to those who assisted behind the scenes and who due to the nature of their positions can not be thanked publicly. 🇸🇱❤️🙌🏾
I entered Pa Demba Road today to visit my dad. He has been held there for 7 days without bail. The irony is that when he was a police officer he was once head of prisons.
I am not angry at anyone. I also feel no bitterness. This is no ones fault. My father’s arrest and detention is about the failure of the institutions in charge of elections, it is about the failure of the police who were to have provided security for those campaigning for local elections, it is about the failure of the police to exercise restraint and serve and protect all citizens equally regardless of their political affiliation, it is about the constitution which doesn't guarantee bail as a right to citizens, it is about a country where every time there is a change of government our institutions try to bend themselves to appease what they believe is the will of power, and it is also about citizens who are so blinded by politicians that they no longer recognize the humanity of other citizens if those citizens ar on the other side of the political divide
Today I felt like a penny with a hole in it but I still have conscience of mind to say fuck the system! Fuck em all!
Class was so intense yesterday. When I went to bed it was like the kiss of death. Oosai ah lay dom na day ah lef. Didnt turn. Didn't wake up to pee nothing. Ah watoh all. 🤣 #africandance #thisistherapy #sierraleonewillnotkillus #sierraleone #dance #africandance #drums #africandrums
Today’s class was spectacular! 💕🇸🇱❤️ #fayadance #sierraleone #slnationaldancetroupe #makesierraleonefamous #vickieremoe #africandance #talkingdrum #fortheculture #africa
The ”religious leaders” have been silent. The Human Rights Commission silent. I have been ”advised” to be silent.
23 People are in prison. They were arrested on July 30. By Tuesday it would have been 14 days since they have been held in custody.
This is violation of our own laws. This is a violation of their human rights. What kind of a country does not uphold its own laws? What kind of country violates the rights of it's citizens?
We are all living with a false sense of freedom, and a false sense of safety. Anyone at any time can be arrested and detained. Of the 23 people arrested there are many with no known political affiliation. Their crime was being at the wrong place at the wrong time. What we have in #SierraLeone is not a justice system but systemized injustice. ”Within a system which denies the existence of basic human rights, fear tends to be the order of the day. Fear of imprisonment, fear of torture, fear of death, fear of losing friends, family, property or means of livelihood, fear of poverty, fear of isolation, fear of failure.
A most insidious form of fear is that which masquerades as common sense or even wisdom, condemning as foolish, reckless, insignificant or futile the small, daily acts of courage which help to preserve man's self-respect and inherent human dignity.
It is not easy for a people conditioned by fear under the iron rule of the principle that might is right to free themselves from the enervating miasma of fear.
Yet even under the most crushing state machinery courage rises up again and again, for fear is not the natural state of civilized man.” Aung San Suu Kyi