Radio Netherlands Worldwide
Jonathan Groubert, the host of the award-winning radio program, The State We’re In on Radio Netherlands Worldwide is association with National Public Radio (NPR). Ayanna Nahmias and her mother, Annette McGee, were interviewed on Radio Netherlands Worldwide in a segment titled “The Resilience of Mothers.” They shared their traumatic story of near death at the hands of an abuser and their miraculous survival and escape in a segment of The State We’re In which highlights “first‐person stories from around the world about human rights, human wrongs and how we treat each other.”
Michael Fordham, Host/Executive Producer of A Measure of Truth & Turn It UP! interviews Ayanna about her remarkable story which began in the U.S. as the daughter of a Pan-Africanist Muslim who expatriated and took the family to Africa. Her relationship with her father and Africa has been the arc which has shaped her life and mission. She explains how her experiences became the genesis for The Nahmias Cipher Report and the Zimbabwe Farm Project, which has allowed her to tangibly and positively sow into the lives of others, particularly women and children living abroad.
October 19, 2016: Mexican Hand Off: Why Criminals Are Not Afraid of Trump’s Wall, National Monitor
October 10, 2016: How Ronald Reagan Became the GOP's 'Savior' to Donald Trump's 'Satan', National Monitor
September 23, 2016: Why Gary Johnson Cannot Win and Bernie Sanders Lost, National Monitor
September 21, 2016: Death Threats Against Colin Kaepernick Recall Assassination Era of the 1960s, Huffington Post
September 15, 2016: How Donald Trump Destroyed the Party of Lincoln, The Forward
August 25, 2016: Dining or Dying: A Jew's Conundrum in Zimbabwe, The Forward
July 8, 2016: Taking Back America is About Personal Responsibility, TNCR
June 22, 2016: Foul Legacy: The Children of Terrorism, The American Spectator
April 8, 2016: Even Photos of Drowned Refugee Babies Do Not Dampen Anti-Immigrant Sentiment, TNCR
August 26, 2015: A Tale of Two Societies: A legal Immigrant Who Became a Billionaire, The American Spectator
July 27, 2015: Why My Son Doesn’t Date Jewish Girls, The Forward
May 18, 2016: Jewish Federation of St. Louis, MO: Women's Philanthropy Lion of Judah, Speaker
December 6, 2015: Nusach Hari B’nai Zion Orthodox Synagogue, St. Louis, MO: Miracles on my Journey from “Muslim in Africa” to “Jewish in America,” Speaker
October 21, 2016: zimbabwe farm project Kickstarter campaign launch
The Zimbabwe Farm Project started in September 2015 as a way to tangibly sow into the lives of others by providing employment, supporting education, food, and clean water initiatives -- with the ultimate objective of bridging the digital divide by bringing technology, communications, and solar energy to the community.
During a recent trip to Zimbabwe, as a business entrepreneur, I encountered a stark and personal example of how today’s IT digital divide can adversely and negatively impact the lives of women and children on an individual as well as global basis. I experienced the reality of the inter-relationship between access to technology and communications as a crucial tool for economic empowerment when a young woman stole my iPhone, thinking that she could use it in some way to her economic advantage.
The experience enlarged my understanding of the complexities and intricacies of conducting business internationally and motivated me to initiate partnerships to provide greater access to technology for women in Zimbabwe. Leveraging my project management skills we have launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund the remaining equipment, supplies, and services to realize these objectives. We hope you will support the cause.
March 12, 2016: Launch of newly branded Nahmias Cipher Report website
The TNCR was started in 2009 and has transformed from a personal blog into an internationally recognized online media site with significant readership and social media followers. Unique in its reporting strategy, journalists are selected from university students and international journalist with a passion for human rights and global affairs. With the growth of the site and the expansion of the human rights activities, the TNCR was rebranded to provide readers and followers with a more navigable experience to enable them to explore the full range of media coverage and humanitarian work being completed.
november 25, 2015: St. louis jewish light feature article
Robert A. Cohn, Editor-in-Chief, wrote an extensive article about my history which spans Continental Divides and three Abrahamic religions. As the daughter of a Pan-Africanist Muslim, a mother who is an Ordained Baptist Minister, a widow of a German national and mother to their biracial son it is an illuminating article titled, ‘Human rights activist recounts journey to Judaism from Islam.'