West Side Radio: Breaking borders with Mami Selemani ’20

Mami Selemani '20 joins the podcast to share her perspective on the Congo and moving to Iowa.

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West Side Radio: Breaking borders with Mami Selemani ’20

Ken Wilbur '20 and Mami Selemani '20  pose for a photo on the front lawn after finishing their podcast.

Ken Wilbur '20 and Mami Selemani '20 pose for a photo on the front lawn after finishing their podcast.

Mohammedhilal Al-Ani

Ken Wilbur '20 and Mami Selemani '20 pose for a photo on the front lawn after finishing their podcast.

Mohammedhilal Al-Ani

Mohammedhilal Al-Ani

Ken Wilbur '20 and Mami Selemani '20 pose for a photo on the front lawn after finishing their podcast.

Ken Wilbur, Podcast Editor

Host Ken Wilbur ’20 and guest Mami Selemani ’20 discuss Selemani’s life growing up away from her family’s home. Selemani’s family is from the Democratic Republic of the Congo, but left the country two years before Selemani was born. The two discuss articles on politics in the Congo and the ever-present fears of disease and death in developing countries.

 

 

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