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How I Got Radicalized

When Disney’s First ‘African’ Princess Looked Nothing Like Me

As a child, I loved Disney princesses. As an adult, my concern goes beyond the problematic stereotypes

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Welcome to “How I Got Radicalized,” a series from GEN that tells the story of a cultural moment that made you drastically

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Dr. Furaha Asani

Dr. Furaha Asani

Migrant. Postdoctoral researcher. Teacher. Mental Health Advocate. Writer. Professional in the streets, loud on the sheets of paper.

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