Sadi talks: Navigating Racial Biases & Adapting To New Cultures To Live My Best Life


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Born in France to Algerian parents, Sadi recalls his childhood memory of moving from a neighbourhood filled with immigrant families and children of immigrants, to one where he was part of 'one of the only non-white families around'.

In this episode we discuss:

Growing up in a very ethnically diverse neighbourhood before moving to a middle class 'white-dominated' suburb

  • Racial propaganda in France and how it ties with the history of African migrants into France
  • Differences between African immigrants vs. Asian immigrants
  • Witnessing the more open and divert racism against black Africans in France
  • the worrying number of younger generation voting for the outwardly racist national front
  • Comparing systemic racism in France compared to the US and UK
  • Integrating into Japan and the working culture of Tokyo
  • Recalling Fuji Rock festival

To discuss anything from the episode, or to be a guest on the show, you can reach me via the website or on Instagram

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