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Cameroonian activist and former Presidential candidate Kah Walla joined the podcast for an insightful conversation on anti-Blackness and racism in the wake of the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and so many more. Kah reflects on the legacy of colonial control and its design for power held by few and oppression of the masses - and how that's defined Africa's leadership structures today. Tune in to hear Kah discuss the decolonization of public space, how crucial it is to maintain a critical eye on the ways structures are working against Black people, and why intersectionality is key to bridging gaps within communities.
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Host: Alyse Nelson.
Deliberate Thought by Kevin MacLeod.
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