What Does It Mean To Be Black British? // #LTCSPodcast
In this episode, we review the BBC's Small Axe film series and consider what it means to be Black and British in 2020. Identity is complicated, especially when you have dual heritage. I'm joined by Rashawn Grant and Boaz Adelekan as we consider whats its like growing up with these tensions.
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