“Where Is The Space For Me And People Like Me In America” with Dr. Jenaya Perdue
In this episode, I am graced with the presence of Dr. Jenaya Perdue an educator and entrepreneur living in China. We discuss Jenaya's experiences as a Black expat and the global nature of anti-Blackness. The conversation touches on the decision to leave the United States, the concept of progress for Black people, and the challenges of accessing information in China due to government censorship. Dr. Perdue highlights the ongoing struggle for progress and equality for Black people both in the United States and globally. Plus shares tips for traveling abroad and encourages Black travelers to be intentional and mindful of the impact of their actions on local communities.