Episode 4 – Imposter Syndrome
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The show opens with Ruvimbo’s interview with Gelila, who wrestles with self-doubt in challenging the archetype of someone who looks like her on university campus, wondering if she’ll ever be good enough. Ruvimbo then expands on these feelings of self-doubt and alienation in her self-interview. This uncomfortable stretching of her identity will all be worth it if she can help contribute to a better future, and she draws empowerment from seeing the portrayal of strong Black African Women in Black Panther. The episode ends with Ruvimbo’s interview with Edil, a fourth year student who is combating the Imposter Syndrome by engaging in communities and spaces that fight back against racist and islamophobic attitudes on campus.
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Music Credits: Childish Gambino – Redbone; Kendrick Lamar, SZA – All the Stars; Kendrick Lamar – Black Panther