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Truly hope you enjoy and are inspired by this week’s episode with Aisha.
In this chapter Aisha talks about what it has meant to her to be Nigerian and Ghanainan, Christian and Muslim, and a queer Black woman. She talks about being sent from London to Nigeria at a young age, and when she returned, the reverse culture shock she experienced.
Aisha says traveling for school helped her to explore more of her identities and although she was not an expat, she found connection through the expat community.
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