Postindustrial Audio, Maladjusted Life Podcast, Ijeoma Oluo

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I chat with New York Times bestselling author, Ijeoma Oluo, about navigating life as a self-identified bi-racial black woman and how it has informed her writing on the topic of race. She also offers invaluable advice to writers of color, specifically, on branding themselves and not compromising their voices.

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