Redefining the Intersections of the Black American and Black Immigrant Identity

Malika Hodge, MPH who considers herself a humanization strategist,  talks about the intersections of the histories, contributions, and conflicts of the African- American and Black Immigrant (First- Generation) identity.

“Being first generation, you’re not tainted. In the, in the harms of this country. Like you haven’t been wrapped all the way in it.  You’re just starting off the generational cycle here and I don’t think people fully understand how harmful this place is the longer you stay here over time. So there was like a protective shield because of being like, you can’t waste opportunity.”

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