A dialogue fleshing out the details of what it means to be coloured in South Africa and how it is different than what it may be perceived as in the United States.

What I learned was that being Colored in South Africa holds more cultural significance than it does oppressive. It was very interesting hearing how Shannon and Travis explained it to me. It just further demonstrated to how different racial issues are addressed in different parts of the world. Hope you guys enjoy listening!


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Daniel Fadelle

Multi-passionate West Indian-Canadian living in South Korea. Artist, Teacher, Traveler.

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