What makes you who you are? What defines one’s identity and individuality? Is it the education that you received? The environment and people you surround yourself with or the untold stories of your family tree? In this conversation with Anissa and Bamby, we will talk about how everyone’s identity is represented and viewed differently. One’s 5K subscribers and materialistic wealth don’t form our identities, it is the constant question we ask ourselves about what it is to be a person? And how of personhood do we each contain?
Book: Amin Maalouf – Les identités meurtrières – https://www.amazon.ca/IDENTITÉS-MEURTRIÈRES-AMIN-MAALOUF/dp/2253150053
Article: Queer and African; One doesn’t negate the other – http://sayaspora.com/en/queer-and-african-one-doesnt-negate-the-other/
Article: Loin, proche, loin. – http://sayaspora.com/loin-proche-loin/
Article: Biracial experience – http://sayaspora.com/en/biracial-experience/
Article: Existence individuelle et liberation collective: Réflexion sur la 3ème phase du féminisme
Podcast: L’atay – #5 Une double vie https://podcloud.fr/podcast/latay/episode/numero-5-une-double-vie
Article: 6 photographes nord-africains se réapproprient leur identité maghrébine