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#101 Social History, Media Ethics & Public Speaking with Jason Okundaye

Adulting

09-05-2021 • 1 hr 36 mins


Hey podulters, in this episode I speak to Jason Okundaye. Jason is a journalist and he is currently writing his first book, Revolutionary Acts : Stories of Love, Brotherhood, and Resilience from Black Gay Britain . We discuss the three things he wishes he had been taught in school, namely social history, media and media ethics, and public speaking. At the end we speak about identity politics and how our attitudes towards it and the ‘privilege’ discourse are changing, which I personally think is quite an interesting topic. Especially as this podcast has centred itself around those things for a while so it’s always refreshing and interesting when you find yourself growing out of - or growing beyond - an idea! I hope you enjoy listening (can’t believe this is episode 101) as always please do rate, review and subscribe!


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