Nadia Owusu is an author and urbanist who grew up between Africa and Europe and now lives in Brooklyn.
In the episode Nadia talks about her memoir Aftershocks and the ways growing up between cultures shaped her life. We also chat about claiming, naming, and accepting mental illness as a part of one’s identity, code-switching, and the gifts of memoir.
This episode was audio produced by Aaron Moring. Theme music is by Madisen Ward.