Episode 4. Code Switching
This week, Sareta and Chioma talk about having to adapt to fit into certain spaces – changing the way we look, behave and speak…or not!?
In an extended episode, we talk about Tinie Tempah’s unapologetic venture into the property design world, Regé-Jean Page’s acceptance of code-switching in order to open doors and our own experiences of adapting ourselves to fit in.
FACT CHECK: During this episode, Sareta states that Regé-Jean Page was born in Zimbabwe and later moved to the UK. He was, in fact, born in London, moved to Zimbabwe, then returned to the UK for secondary school. Apols Regé ✌🏽
This episode is sponsored by textile designer and workshop facilitator, @Charlene.Sandy – check out her gorgeous natural dye designs
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