“People said I didn’t look Gujarati, I didn’t know what that meant.” In Conversation with Sharan Raju on Too British to be Asian Podcast.

Language isn’t the sole identifier in embracing and appreciating your cultural roots, so why do society set benchmarks to determine someone’s cultural appreciation. As UK Editor of Brown Girl Magazine and born into a mixed heritage, I have come across so many stories that relay the same question – why do we struggle with identity? I speak to Sharan Raju – creator of Too British To Be Asian podcast to discuss if these narratives will ever change?

Also available on Spotify https://open.spotify.com/episode/1ETEQgI3jy2DeI2RW6L9mZ?si=771522245fbb418c

Available on Apple https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/people-said-i-didnt-look-gujarati-i-didnt-know-what/id1505460806?i=1000557213591

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